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Sunday, November 13, 2016

7 november 2016. 9th month is over. Moving ahead.

Hello to all of you, my concerned readers. November has come, there are 3 months left, and my challenge will be over. I’d like to say that the progress is going on. Maybe, it’s not so fast, and I still can’t run, on the other hand, I’m very glad of having this result after 7 years in a wheelchair. Some people who have never faced neuron injuries may think that I haven’t gone so far – I can hardly control my knees, my pelvis shakes while standing, I stagger while walking, and I hardly  control my feet at all. And still, I suggest comparing  videos in order not to speak a lot and show nothing, but to give you a chance to see with your own eyes :

7  november 2016, the 9th month.  


Monday, October 10, 2016

6 october 2016. New month, new successes.

Hello to everyone. The challenge is going on – you’ll find the result by the end of the 8th month below. And then I’ll tell you what I think when I see these results. I decided not to write everything, but only the most obvious part, which may be noticed at once. Here is the video:


The video is divided into 2 parts. At the beginning, I used my old way of walking, you can see it throughout 2 first minutes in the first part of the video.  I used to walk by not bending my knee forward. I would say that now this style has become pretty easy for me – I don’t make too much effort, it happens reflectively. I don’t get tired when I walk this small distance any more. However, I used to sweat heavily after 8-10 minute slow physical practice 6 months ago. I fell down very often, and I recorded only the most successful walks from my sofa to the wall and back. I would say that it happened every other 3 attempts.

Thursday, September 8, 2016

05 September 2016. Multiple sclerosis and demyliation once more.

Hello to all of you, my dear readers! Autumn has started, so has a new school year. It´s already September and it is raining. How fast time flies! It seems that only yesterday I was thinking if I should start all this stuff with the blog and challenge, and now it’s the end of the 7th month.
So, let’s see the results :



As a whole, serious changes in the pace haven’t happened, my knee joint keeps my weight half time, and I can’t rely on it. That’s the reason why I move my body forward, but my legs stay kind of behind me, so I need more rigid support.

Friday, August 12, 2016

The end of the 6-th month. August 8, 2016. Soon.

Good morning to everyone!   It’s over 30 degrees above zero outdoors, it’s about plus 32 indoors, and I’m like piece of melting butter in the porridge, and I’ve already had a cup of coffee. What a wonderful day is waiting for me. I can already feel this heat and I also feel the cool draught coming from the place I usually sit in my room. I feel this urge of complete laziness and doing nothing, aside a strong desire of ice-cream which can be bought by someone. When I was a child, I used to wait for such hot days with anticipation just to have a swim in the river or go fishing somewhere. It’s funny that I walked 10 km every day at the age of 14, just to catch a couple of breams and perches, and at the age of 26, I could hardly leave my home literally crawling.

Besides, it’s going to be a thunderstorm, so I have to write down this article asap, otherwise they can switch off the Internet again or the electricity, which is even worse, of course. 

You’ll find the update of my results bellow. And yes, it really is happening right now. Today, on August, 11th, while writing this article, I feel very well. Some MS symptoms have been decreasing for the last half of a year. Moreover, my mobility, endurance and stamina have only increased.  In addition to this test open for public access, there are some results, or we can better say – achievements, which I would like to keen in secret so far. But they all demonstrate and show that my health is getting better and better.

Tuesday, August 2, 2016

One more body-builder - Torneo Power Pro G-425-K.

Hello to all of you! It’s already August, everything is green. The weather is good, it’s very hot out there. Oh, and I’m lazy, so lazy.  Many people can understand what I’m talking about. Fatigue as a consequence of the heat is something usual when you have MS. It takes me only 5 degrees (it’s about plus 30) to start being like in a fog.  .

You’ll find another base exercise machine from my collection below. This type is called (if I remember correctly) a multi gym. I bought it a long time ago - about 6 years ago. It worked pretty well. It’s not for heavy weights, it’s mostly for pumping as they say. This means you will lift light and medium weights with a great number of repetitions. I was quite satisfied with this particular equipment But of course there are some disadvantages such as a weight limit and a necessity of oiling to reduce frictions.



Tuesday, July 19, 2016

Overcome MS challenge continues, 16 July 2016.

Hello to everyone . НHere you will find my next achievement on July, 16th. I should say that I delayed the publishing of my post this month without any evil intentions. It’s just summer time, and I got some rest as many others. 

In general, the positive dynamics continues, but I’m a bit disappointed. I wished it to happen from the very first attempt, and I wished it to be so efficient. Snap my fingers once – and I’m running,  but the reality is different, beautiful though very severe. And it keeps sticking my nose into the fact that “if you wanna get something, please be so kind to wait cause good things ain’t done so fast”. Nope. I think they ARE done. I’m pretty much sure of it.



At the 7th minute of the video, I’m telling you about my current results.

Thursday, June 30, 2016

My diagnosis.

Hello, my dear readers! It has been 4 months since the beginning of the challenge, and I have about 220 days to prove to myself and you that it is possible. It is possible to recover after severe damaging of a nervous system. But now, just to while away the time, I decided to share my current and exact diagnosis with you. As you may remember, I’ve written several times that it is ambiguous.