But seriously remember that dial approach to training I wrote so eloquently about (https://torunningchiro.com/2020/05/22/training-intensity-dial/)? Yeah, I did not listen to my own advice. I built up too quick after taking some time off in May and ended up with the same issue from the spring flaring up. There is no denying that I have a … More Oops I did it again! But WHY?!
Well being smart and taking it easy certainly is easier said than done. And I thought I was in a good place. But after increased aching in my leg Monday night. I decided to scale it back again this week. Because guess what?! I did too much over the weekend. It has made me reflect … More Training Intensity Dial
Well the theme of 2018 certainly seems to be ‘challenging’ to say the least. Just as I started to run on the alter G after my sacral stress fracture. I got ultrasound results back that stated I have a rather large tear in my hamstring and adductor. This has been a long standing issue that … More Staying sane without running
I realize the title is vague as obviously a part of this is dependent on the specific injury. But what I am referring to is your mindset and the factors outside of the physical healing that may be affecting your ability to heal These factors also likely had a part in leading you to the … More How to heal effectively
Well just when I did not think things could get much worse… my bone scan was positive for a stress fracture of my sacrum (bottom of my spine). I had kind of figured it was a stress fracture all along but this solidifies it. But on the bright side of things I have already been … More It’s called a STRESS fracture