Anecdote wrote:It presumably isn't a solid floor that you jump on, though, because you might end up damaging your joints.
Nope, its carpeted. And just to be clear, I am holding onto the door frame to keep my balance. I notice more of a tight feeling in my leg muscles the next day, than anything in my joints.
Anecdote wrote:I think I might add jumping on the spot to my repertoire.
Well, it may of helped the last point. And I truly think it has helped with the clonus in my knees.
I have added a point to the main graph, and one to the other graph. Both are big increases. I hope to stay at this level, because there just cant be an improvement continuation like this. I though I already started to plateau. I had to change the graph Y axis again to fit the new point! Be sure to refresh the page.
I still have problems with clonus in my knees, and my walking is not that great, but it is improving.