I’m always intrigued to read blogs and yours does not disappoint. What a life and what a b*da$$.
Not only is your life story SO interesting…but it also takes so much time and is very giving to share
via a blog.
I once briefly worked at a TB racing stable and after my first breeze knew it was my last. Just not that tough. And my gut was there would be eventual injury and further pain. So there’s that.
On the thread topic:
What keeps me feeling better is a hard ball and rolling/pressure on tight, sore tissue. Up against a wall, or in the car/truck - sometimes on long drives I’ll just roll back and forth on tight anything…for hours.
Also have a Home Medics Shiatsu massager and use that almost daily.
Find exceptional relief using The Rub arnica cream.
Would pretty much say at 58 feel mostly like 30 much of the time I think due to the above.
But I am a wimp and don’t get myself exhausted or exerted to the point that many of you might.
For me riding for a hour is plenty. At the most 2 hrs if out hacking.