Thanks for answering, I'll try to clarify a little:
Heh. It's the fatty spongy thingie (that's the technical term grins) under the heel that makes sure you don't place the weight directly on the bone that's been squished to the sides. It doesn't require surgery, and since I've lost as much weight as I have it will eventually heal itself, but it takes time.
Aww, that sucks =( I love DL:s
Do you know if t-bar rowing and barbell rows work even if I have to lean a bit forward? I've never had any problems with my balance while doing them like that.
Thing is, my heels probably won't heal completely for a few years, and I'd hate not to be able to do any of these things in all that time.
Yeah, I think I can do most things there. Thing is, I don't really know that many compound exercises and was hoping to get some ideas =)
As far as I can remember she said I could do whatever I wanted basically, it's not dangerous and since the weight is gone it's going in the right direction. The problem is that it hurts, and if I put too much pressure on the heels it hurts for a few hours afterwards which makes it a pain to walk.
Lunges and step-ups, check. I suppose basically any calf excercise should work too, though I've got fairly developed calves alreay since I almost walk on my toes =)
Cardio isn't that big a deal, I've been swimming, jogging a bit (surprisingly, that works fairly well, especially in forests and other softer tracks) and biking. So I know what I can do there.
I have considered jumping ropes, it just seems so boring, and reminds me of kindergarten. Should probably give it a try though, if boxers can do it, so can I, eh? =)