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Training Log Archive: MollyP

In the 7 days ending Apr 21:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Running2 4:04:45 29.0(8:26) 46.67(5:15)
  Weights 4 1:55:00
  Walking / Hiking3 1:39:13 6.5(15:16) 10.46(9:29)
  Yoga3 50:00
  Biking1 30:00 8.0(3:45) 12.88(2:20)
  Total12 8:58:58 43.5 70.01

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Saturday Apr 21 #

10 AM

Walking / Hiking (Treadmill) 38:31 [3] 2.5 mi (15:24 / mi)
shoes: Asics GT2000-6 Indigo blue

Biking (Inside) 30:00 [3] 8.0 mi (3:45 / mi)

Distance approx.
20 - 20 second sprints with 40 seconds easier in between.
11 AM

Yoga 20:00 [3]

Friday Apr 20 #

Note

Saw Dr. Lillegard.
Hip: He determined I have Iliac Crest Enthesopathy - basically an inflammed tendon on the outside rim of the hip bone. I was given a hip stretch to do and I need to give it quick bounces 50-100 times at least 2 times a day. More reps and more times a day is good too. Typically you don't bounce in a stretch, but he said this is a tendon I am stretching so the bouncing is good. He had me do something similiar with another tendon issue years ago and it really worked. I am to do this before a run too. He said this is something I can run through. It might be a little sore running and it may be sore after, but to judge how progress is going by how I feel the next day.

Shin: My shin will feel good for a while after I get it worked on by Adam or Malcolm, then seems to regress backwards after a number of days. I was hoping to get into Adam this week about the hip thing too, but he was booked and on vacation. I see him next Tuesday to get his take on it. Dr. took an xray of the hip and shin, he didn't see any bone issue. However, with a stress fracture or a stress reaction, those may not show up in an xray. He put me on 6 days of prednisone (poor man's bone scan) to see how things clear up with both the hip and shin. We shall see how things feel next week.

Once again.....screwed up chances for a PR at Grandma's :/ Oh well, suck it up and adjust goals once healthy again.

Looking back, there were signs with both of these issues. I need to just learn to listen to my body and quit trying to run through this stuff.
6 AM

Walking / Hiking (Treadmill) 29:08 [3] 2.0 mi (14:34 / mi)
shoes: Asics GT2000-6 Indigo blue

A little test run, about 1/4 mile. Still too sore for running.
6 PM

Weights (Arms-core-legs) 45:00 [3]

Thursday Apr 19 #

6 AM

Walking / Hiking (Treadmill) 31:34 [3] 2.0 mi (15:47 / mi)
shoes: Asics GT2000-6 Indigo blue

Hip feeling a little better, tried a few strides...totally not ready yet!

Wednesday Apr 18 #

Note

Issues with my hip. Hip was REALLY sore after my Tuesday run. Hurt to walk all day Tuesday and was a little better today. Called and made an ortho appt (wanted to anyways because my shin keeps regressing too) for Friday.
6 PM

Weights (Arms - core - legs ) 40:00 [3]

7 PM

Yoga 10:00 [3]

Tuesday Apr 17 #

5 AM

Running (Roads-home) 1:12:43 [3] 9.0 mi (8:05 / mi)
shoes: Asics GT2000-6 Indigo blue

Legs are sore from Sunday's snowy escapade.

Monday Apr 16 #

6 AM

Weights (Arms ) 15:00 [3]

6 PM

Weights (Core ) 15:00 [3]

Sunday Apr 15 #

10 AM

Running (Roads-home ) 2:52:02 [3] 20.0 mi (8:36 / mi)
shoes: Asics GT2000 - two toned blue

Snowy gravel roads. Ran the uphills harder the first half, then started to poop out. Running on fumes....didn’t eat much yesterday.
Very sucky outside!
6 PM

Yoga 20:00 [3]

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