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FasterSkier FasterSkierOctober 28, 2010

This past Tuesday I had my fourth blood draw in a month. And this time there was rejoicing – my ALT (liver enzymes) count was finally down, indicating the mono infection is no longer active in my system. Being a small town clinic and the fact that most of the nurses know me there, they were all happy and rushed in to tell me. Dr. Joe Jensen has been great through this whole month – offering great advice and staying in very close contact with me about the pathologies and what they all mean. As well, Dr. Jeff Clarke in Wenatchee has been invaluable with his care and advice regarding returning to training and how best to rebuild. Thank you both!br /br /So now I have a few weeks of careful re-entry into exercise. After taking nearly a month entirely off I want to be sure I’m ready before I dive headlong back in. A relapse would really burst my balloon. As it is I’m able to train about 1 hour per day in Level 1. Hopefully by mid or late November I’ll be back to 10-15 hours per week and maybe can grab some on-snow time at Silver Star. The speed will be there for Nationals.div class=”blogger-post-footer”img width=’1′ height=’1′ src=’https://blogger.googleusercontent.com/tracker/2910103639238326543-8759065976707537454?l=methowolympicdevelopment.blogspot.com’ alt=” //div

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