Finally was able to run for an hour this weekend so my ruptured achilles (10/10/06 surgery) looks like a distant memory. Still some bruising after activity but it doesn't hurt. Looks like I'll just miss the spring triathlon/duathlon season and concentrate on the summer and fall. I still have some imbalance in my left leg that I'm currently working on.
I just finished up a 10hr workout week and will go for 12-14hr this week.
Monday (done): 2500 meters in the pool, 1 hour on the bike on the trainer doing the Carmichael lactate threshold training, regeneration workout (foam roller massage, dynamic stretching, etc., 30 minutes)
Tuesday (today): 5-6 miles running, 1 hour weights (basics, bench, rows, deadlifts, curls, presses, leg press, leg extensions, leg curls, toe raises, crunches, hanging leg lifts... adapation phases, 2-3 sets 20-30 reps), regen workout
Wednesday: 3000 meters in the pool, 1 hour on the bike on the trainer doing low gear spinning, regen workout
Thursday: 4-5 miles running, 1 hour weights, regen workout
Friday: 4500 meters in the pool, 60 minutes on the bike, regen workout
Saturday: 2500 meters in the pool, 90 minutes running, 30 minutes easy spinning on the bike, regen workout (done by noon)
Sunday: 2500 meters in the pool, 2-3 hours on the bike, regen workout (done by noon)
Also, everday work on ankle stability with the wobble board for 30 minutes.
Only thing that sucks right now is the weather which has been keeping me inside with my bike on the rollers.
Although I eat "clean" I can pretty much eat anything I want and not gain weight.