Indtryk fra mixed stafet

Selvom jeg proklamerede efter næstsidste skydning, at 2. og 3. pladsen fortsat var på spil, mistede Martin Fourcade alligevel en sikker sejr. Meget vind + stress gav ham 3 ekstra strafrunder + 2 min. straf for IKKE at udnytte den sidste reserveskud. Det er “betryggende” at se at også verdenseliten også kan stresse og lave dumme fejl.

Som jeg forudsagde, kunne Tjekkiet overraske, og det gjorde de med en sejr. Den nye franskmand Desthieux var skræmmede stærk med kun 1 misser.

Mäkkareinen var hurtig, men desværre også ustabil på skydningen igen.

Skiskydningssæonen 2013/14 starter i dag.

Husk, at det er i dag at E.ON IBU World Cup starter i Østersund med den spænende herre/dame stafet.

Norge og Rusland er favoritter, men det bliver spændende at se om Tysland og Tjekkiet og evt. Slovakiet kan overraske. Frankrig stiller naturligvis op med Martin Fourcade på sidsteturen. Polen stiller op med to “som kan være meget hurtige” kvinder på 1. og 2. turen, men herresiden plejer at være deres svage side.

Husk, at du kan træne hele vinteren hos http://www.ballerupbiatlon.dk/

Det er NRK1 og TV4 SV, som er mine favoritkanaler og de er tilgængelige på billigste YouSee pakke :-)

Adding a BOM to a UTF8 file with PowerShell

If your file is UTF8 encoded but misses the 3 Byte-Order-Marks (BOM) (see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Byte_order_mark for details) you will encounter problems when you process with PowerShell and other utilities (ÆÅØ will get destroyed etc).

In other words, if Notepad++ shows encoding “ANSI as UTF8″, and your content gets corrupted, you need to insert 3 bytes in the beginning of the file:

function InsertBOMIntoDKOFile($rigFullDirName) {
[byte[]]$byte = get-content -Encoding byte -ReadCount 4 -TotalCount 4 -Path "$FileName"
if ( $byte[0] -eq 0xef -and $byte[1] -eq 0xbb -and $byte[2] -eq 0xbf )
 # UTF8 - we're done
 else {
 $bytes = [System.IO.File]::ReadAllBytes("$FileName")
 $byte = [Byte[]] (0xEF,0xBB,0xBF)
 set-content -value $byte -encoding byte -path "$FileName"
 add-content -value $bytes -encoding byte -path "$FileName"
 }
}

Opstart på genoptræning af achillessene

Jeg har været heldig at været blevet optaget i et videnskabelige forsøg på idrætsklinikken på Bispebjerg Hospital. Der vil være tre behandlinger – hvilken man får holdes hemmeligt:
– Placebo
– HVI (http://henninglangberg.wordpress.com/2011/12/16/sadan-foregar-hvi-fede-billeder-af-procedure-og-effekt-pa-ultralyd/)
– Platelet-rich Plasma (PRP).

Idag er 72 timer efter behandling gået, og udførelsen af 3*15 excentriske løb (for både strakt og bøjet knæ) er påbgyndt. 2 gange om dagen – dvs. 180 løft om dagen. Væsentligt mere end jeg nogensinde har praktiseret.

 

Achillessenebetændelse (nu på 3. måned) – note til mig selv

Heavy-load eccentric calf muscle training for the treatment of chronic Achilles tendinosis.

Alfredson H, Pietila T, Jonsson P, Lorentzon R. Am J Sports Med 1998 May-Jun;26(3):360-6.

We prospectively studied the effect of heavy-load eccentric calf muscle training in 15 recreational athletes (12 men and 3 women; mean age, 44.3 +/- 7.0 years) who had the diagnosis of chronic Achilles tendinosis (degenerative changes) with a long duration of symptoms despite conventional nonsurgical treatment. Calf muscle strength and the amount of pain during activity (recorded on a visual analog scale) were measured before onset of training and after 12 weeks of eccentric training. At week 0, all patients had Achilles tendon pain not allowing running activity, and there was significantly lower eccentric and concentric calf muscle strength on the injured compared with the noninjured side. After the 12-week training period, all 15 patients were back at their preinjury levels with full running activity. There was a significant decrease in pain during activity, and the calf muscle strength on the injured side had increased significantly and did not differ significantly from that of the noninjured side. A comparison group of 15 recreational athletes with the same diagnosis and a long duration of symptoms had been treated conventionally, i.e., rest, nonsteroidal antiinflammatory drugs, changes of shoes or orthoses, physical therapy, and in all cases also with ordinary training programs. In no case was the conventional treatment successful, and all patients were ultimately treated surgically. Our treatment model with heavy-load eccentric calf muscle training has a very good short-term effect on athletes in their early forties.