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10/27/13 7:48 PM
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Jitz93
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I hyper extended my toe rolling and now its killing me. Anybody else have this injury and if so how long did it bother you? Phone Post
10/27/13 7:51 PM
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checkuroil
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Ice it.

Hurt a couple of weeks.

Not bad enough to not train. Had it a couple of occasions Phone Post 3.0
10/28/13 8:57 AM
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rest it,dont train,it hurts for a reason.go to class and watch.this will give you a different view of whats going on from many groups of ppl.
10/28/13 11:13 AM
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deepu
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Learn to tape your injured toe(s), goes a long way for when you do start training again.
10/28/13 12:42 PM
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Judo Scott
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I did that same thing years ago and its never healed. Its always sore on some level. I hope you have better luck
10/28/13 1:06 PM
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Mark Hunter
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Jitz93, do not train. Repeat . . . do not train. Think of BJJ as a long term endeavor, and let your toe heal. If you don't, it may never completely heal and you may end up with lingering pain like Judo Scott talked about above. Even worse, if you go back to training before it's completely healed, and hurt it again, you may really screw yourself.
10/28/13 3:54 PM
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Akston
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It will be a permanent fixture, happens all of the time Phone Post
10/28/13 11:57 PM
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Jitz93
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Ok. Thanks for all the advice and I wont be training till it heals. Any ideas on a time frame? Phone Post
10/29/13 1:56 AM
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BJJBuster
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This will be the death if my Bjj eventually. It never truly goes away.
Some days I can hardly walk.

I try to take it easy so I can do Bjj as long as possible Phone Post 3.0
10/29/13 9:57 AM
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Jitz93 -  Ok. Thanks for all the advice and I wont be training till it heals. Any ideas on a time frame? Phone Post

I don't know,but what I would say to someone I care about,if your dr says 3 weeks take 4

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