Category Archives: running
I’ve run 11 times since coming back from a stress fracture in my pelvis. Saturday’s run was my first away from the soft trails of Austin’s Town Lake. That meant hills and hard surfaces. (What, you thought the headline meant … Continue reading
I’ve run six times for a total of about 24 miles since coming back from my pelvis stress fracture. And the good news is that I have not re-injured myself. I’m icing at least once or twice a day and … Continue reading
Now that I’m running again, I’ve got to get back into the routine of being a runner. 4:45 a.m. wakeup calls. Purchase extra detergent to wash all the towels I’ll mess up. Shoe check. And, of course, spend extra time … Continue reading
Call me stupid. Insane. Crazy. Hard-headed. I’ve been running. Not real fast. Not real far. But I’ve been moving faster than an old blue-haired woman at the mall. Running. With my running shoes on. And socks. And shorts. And my … Continue reading
As anyone who has read this blog knows, I can’t run for the foreseeable future because of a stress fracture in my pelvis. But that didn’t stop me Sunday from going out to watch the running of the Capitol 10K … Continue reading
Second opinion on MRI reveals stress fracture in my pelvis, not my hip. No running for 3 to 4 months.
April 21 update: After a month of no running, in early April the doctor gave me the ok to run every other day. The first few miles of most of my runs were terrible, due to stiffness, but I’d generally … Continue reading