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Thanks for the info on pain. I think we (runners) have a higher tolerance for pain or we just flat out ignore it. It’s good to know that if it continues past a week or 10 days, we should seek help.
Hope you & your family are feeling better! I never saw a follow up on the 100 miles for December. I actually ran farther than 100 miles! 123.91 miles!!! I was shocked & proud.
As for the crazy stuff going on in the world—I feel the frustration of people who think they have been cheated, no one is held accountable or pay for their crimes, & nothing will change. I have participated in many peaceful protests for ideas I believe in. Violence is not the way to get change. That only aggravates people & causes more pain & despair. When you feel your voice isn’t heard though, that is frustrating. I try to do the best that I can with my actions, my voice, & influencing those around me. Change starts with me and with you and with each one of us. I hold tight to that & do my best to be a better person each day.
Thanks for all you do for us!!!
Timely post! The day after my long run last weekend I had severe back pain the next morning. I took a few days off from running primarily because I just didn't feel like running. After a few days of no noticable improvement I went to the doctor and was told I have a pinched nerve. PT is already helping so should be back to "normal" soon. However, it was a scary but good reminder to be smart and not try to run through the pain.
I've had a little bit of ankle soreness off and on in the last few weeks, myself. I think running in the snow tracks recently and altering my stride/gait was a factor. However. tomorrow is a rest day and hopefully a 10K will be accomplished on Saturday!
Hopefully you and your family are recovering from the virus....
Thanks for posting
Thanks for the article! I hope you two are feeling better!!
Excellent read! Terrell---hope you and your wife are feeling better!!!
Yes, it was a crazy day yesterday-----better days ahead!!!!!!
Very timely. I went to bed & woke up with a very sore ankle today. Time to rest. Waah!
Great information and it comes at a perfect time after my recent sore knee. The most difficult thing to do is to stop running... that was my biggest hurdle (as I am sure for everyone else too). I am back to normal and realize I just need to cut back a little on my weekly mileage.
No problem with getting this out late, Terrell. I, too, was glued to the TV in shock and horror yesterday. So glad you and your wife are feeling improved. I hope your son is OK. Thanks for the article on pain. I often have a tweak here and there but mostly ignore them. Good to have a reminder of when I should not.