Today you’re going to learn about the very painful Piriformis / Hamstring Syndrome that can come on quickly but in many cases be very easily resolved. This is a discomfort, often sharp, radiating within the gluteal region down lower into the hamstring. In my case… Read More »How I Overcame Sciatic Nerve Problem
Experiencing irritation of the achilles tendon by the rubbing of a high and stiff heel tab is an unfortunate and easily preventable injury. I’m not talking about a simple blister here, but actual irritation of the tendon. Achilles tendonitis can hopefully become a thing… Read More »Shoe Surgery
If you feel hungry during a training run or race, don’t fret. Be sure to know there is a difference between hunger and low fuel while training. They are not one and the same. Your body stores thousands of calories of carbohydrate and many more thousand calories… Read More »Hungry while running? Good.
Above is the last 26 full weeks of 2013 and the weekly mileage of each. The low ones were planned breaks. The year concluded with 2520 miles, or 7 miles per day and 48 miles per week average. Below are a set of questions from… Read More »Looking back at 2013 & towards 2014
I was recently asked by a more accomplished athlete than myself, how does one exactly go pro with running? Triathlon and many other sports have Pro Cards athletes earn. But, I don’t think that is what makes a person a professional. In my eyes, it’s… Read More »How Does One “Go Pro”?