depends on how bad it is, I bruised mine to the bone and it took a month until I could put my boot on, 2 months to hit jumps again. Stretch out your Achilles tendon 3 times a day by standing on a stair with your toes and dropping your heel to the floor. It will help a lot.
bruised one, took 2 months to get better. a week later bruised the other one, took another two months. bruised heels blow. But i found out that the reason they take so long to heal is because the blood pools in the bottom of your foot. so try to soak the foot in warm water and massage it to try and get the blood moving out of there and new fresh blood in. and try to keep it elevated at night. best of luck to you.
I dont do it everyday but im better at it than you
i got one pretty bad 3 years ago, after 6 months that thing still hurt like a bitch ...
if you "want to puke" when putting pressure on it i'd consider going to a doctor ...
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