Tuesday, March 29, 2011

5 Months: Party Party Party. Wow.

I might be overdoing myself, but my back says i'm ok!

I went to the Ultra Music Festival in miami this weekend, a three day rave... I basically stood and jumped for 8 hours straight each day. After that I went out with my buddies and had more drinks until 5am.

My back is still ok! I went to the gym today and I did biceps and back exercises. Again, back is doing great!

7 comments:

  1. Awesome! Great to hear!

    ~Kevin

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  2. Mike, THIS is just what we all needed to read!!

    Primarily, the fact that YOU are doing GREAT (and enjoying yourself!) is BRILLIANT!. I am really pleased for you.

    Secondly, for me and I am sure others that have back problems that read your posts, I find them INSPIRING and I commend you for having the patience to update them on a regular basis when you have enough to contend with in your everyday life.

    From a personal point, I was fortunate enough to come across your blog back in October and from that point onwards, I looked forward to checking on a regular basis for promising updates... I can't get through the day without checking ...it's become a drug in itself!!

    That said, after much deliberation over which route to take, your progress has motivated me enough to conclude that THIS procedure (ADR/M6-L) IS the way forward for me.

    Thankyou & please keep up these postings.

    Kind regards,
    Si.

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  3. Wow - that's amazing Mike. You are an inspiration to all of us out here with DDD.

    Thanks for the updates!

    - Chris

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  4. Thanks everyone! I'm glad I could help you guys.. It's the least I can do.

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  5. We need to demand the M6 here in the states! we must band together and fight - er - or something.

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  6. :) Big smile. So glad you are acting and feeling young again.

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  7. I just found this. Thanks for posting this dude. It offers a lot of hope to many of us. I know how debilitating a back condition can be and its inspirational to see someone beating this thing.

    I know it may get old, especially as you get better and want to put the pain behind you, but please please continue to share.

    Stay strong and pain free!

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