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Small Problem.

#1
I go to my local careers office every 2 weeks to check on my losing weight. Not far of my BMI Now :)

Anyhoo,
I've achieved shin splints in the last 6 days. (taken a while to get on), My next check up is on Tuesday.

And i haven't obviously been able to get out. So no weight loss etc, i have been doing upper body strength so im not wasting time.

But will i get a bollocking for not losing anything.?

Or will it be a case of we understand now keep your mind set on the goal.

Cheers Lads :)
DEZ
 
#4
Most recruits in basic training start getting shin splints, you just have to keep applying plasters and antisceptic until you get used to it, if you moan about it to an instructor in basic yes you will get told to politely stfu and tab it out.
 
#5
AndyWD said:
Most recruits in basic training start getting shin splints, you just have to keep applying plasters and antisceptic until you get used to it, if you moan about it to an instructor in basic yes you will get told to politely stfu and tab it out.
Are you going for RAMC?

Shin Splints

Edited to add the Wiki Page and to shake my head repeatedly wondering if this is real, or have I slipped into a vortex).
 
#6
AndyWD said:
Most recruits in basic training start getting shin splints, you just have to keep applying plasters and antisceptic until you get used to it, if you moan about it to an instructor in basic yes you will get told to politely stfu and tab it out.
Eh? Fancy explaining to us what shin splints are?
 
#7
AndyWD said:
Most recruits in basic training start getting shin splints, you just have to keep applying plasters and antisceptic until you get used to it, if you moan about it to an instructor in basic yes you will get told to politely stfu and tab it out.
Perhaps you should apply the antisceptic to the PTI; then they might believe you.
 
#8
Bravo_Zulu said:
AndyWD said:
Most recruits in basic training start getting shin splints, you just have to keep applying plasters and antisceptic until you get used to it, if you moan about it to an instructor in basic yes you will get told to politely stfu and tab it out.
Perhaps you should apply the antisceptic to the PTI; then they might believe you.
bidum tish! How's the veil?
 

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