Muscle spasms are another thing. I still get muscle cramps, but drinking diluted Claussen dill pickle juice, or the cider vinegar drink I mix up at night, has helped with those. Compression socks are also a huge help, but some of them are way too tight and if not fitted properly can pinch off circulation, especially if sitting down for long periods. So, restrengthening those back and leg muscles should be a great help in increasing the TOF. The cycling is helping with circulation, and it's easier on the feet.
Today, despite the cold, it's going to be time to add in some track time. I hate walking indoors. Stale, musty air isn't healthy for the lungs, but I'll do it because it's only 45° outside and I dislike really cold temps even more. As soon as the weather warms up, and I find my MP3 player or download some music to the phone, I'll be outside walking instead. There are still miles to go, but they aren't quite as intimidating as they used to be when this all began three years ago.
Lord willing, I'll achieve and exceed all the goals, and set new ones.
"I can do all things through Him who strengthens me." (Philippians 4:13)