In the 21st century it is normal to spend a lot of your time sitting. But that does not make it ideal. And now when we add this pandemic to the situation it is next level in regards to amount of time spent sitting. Our commute to work has been reduced to walking from bed … More COVID sitting dilemma
Since talking about training for the unknown in my last blog https://torunningchiro.com/2020/04/29/training-for-the-unknown/ I thought it would be fitting to give a look in to what my training has looked like over the last 7 weeks in self isolation. Now for me work has certainly slowed down and I have complete control over my schedule (see … More Self Isolation training camp!
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
Cross Training …sucks. Just kidding that is harsh. But it is not running so obviously it is sub par. No runner likes cross training but sometimes it is a necessary evil. Like for me over the past 7 weeks. Cross training quite literally means training using a different form of exercise. In regards to running … More Cross Training
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
Well for me it is that time of year again—taper time. I have often said tapering is my least favourite part of the training cycle. You are in such a groove with training, and you are rocking it and then— someone takes it away from you!! Seems just so cruel. I get to a point … More Taper Crazies