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  • 3 miles
  • 00:45 time
  • 278 calories
  • 2 workouts
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  • This Week time period

Entries

  1. RUN
    good Felt great! 3 mi

    First decent run in a long time and it felt wonderful!

  2. FIT
    good Arms and core 00:45

    Worked the arms and core and then did the rowing machine for 15 minutes. I really liked it! Now all I need is a canoe and a body of water!

    No run though. I was leaving to run at 530am but the s... read more

  3. FIT
    good 00:45

    15 Minutes on the cycle, 15 minutes on the leg machines, and 15 on core.

  4. swim
    good Swimming! 00:40

    30 minutes of laps, breaststroke for arms and added fins for leg strengthening. 10 minutes of just treading water. I felt like I was in boot camp again.

    5 minutes of spa after that felt good o... read more

  5. RUN
    good Morning short test run 2 2 mi

    It went well again. Felt a slight twitch in the beginning but it went away and absolute pain free right now. Gym for leg weights and a swimming workout coming up after work later. Alles gut!

    • Kenneth W.
      Kenneth W.

      I seem to have a bit of discomfort (no pain) for the first 20 to 30 seconds before it goes away.

      10 days ago Like

  6. RUN
    great Small test run on the TM 1 mi

    Absolutely no pain, and absolutely no twitching during, after, and now!

  7. FIT
    great 00:40

    Worked arms and core at the gym.

  8. FIT
    good New gym, new strategy

    So I have not ran since last post. The groin just kept giving me pain so I did what I knew I needed to. Nothing with the lower body.

    This week I joined a gym so I can do some cross training, s... read more

    • Kenneth W.
      Kenneth W.

      Since you've joined a gym, use the treadmill and take your time getting back to outdoor running. I rested a month and only had a mildly strained groin (no tear).

      12 days ago Like

    • Jennifer H.
      Jennifer H.

      Yes, I did a 1 mile, every easy pace on the TM yesterday and absolutely no pain during, after, or now. Still going to take it easy though for a week or so. I'm still nervous.

      12 days ago Like

    • Kenneth W.
      Kenneth W.

      Yes, I was nervous because my doctor didn't give me a definitive time table to begin running again.

      10 days ago Like

  9. FIT
    great 1st day at gym 00:45

    Worked the core, arms, and legs with weighted ball, and kettlebell, then hit the equipment and worked all muscles of the legs. No pain in the groin area but still nervous.

  10. FIT
    good Monday Strength 00:40

    Now I remember why I like running... Anyway, I won't list everything I did, but I worked the arms and abs pretty good. I hate not doing leg strength, but I need to heal.

  11. Training is halted. I had to make the decision to give up the November half at Disney to stop running for at least the next 5 weeks. This groin strain is just not healing and is mad every time I ... read more

    • Kenneth W.
      Kenneth W.

      Sorry to hear about your injury. I took 3 1/2 weeks off and have had 2 successfully test runs. The doc said I had a groin strain, no tear. Good luck and I hope you get to run that half-marathon!

      26 days ago Like

  12. RUN
    good Post injury run #2 3 mi 00:33 11:06 pace

    Had run #2 today and it went well. I am not increasing pace on purpose. I do not want to relapse since it was a groin injury, and, it is still healing. I am just glad I can get out a run again! ... read more

  13. RUN
    good Yest run 2 2 mi

    Had to take more time off for healing the groin area. Took the test run today with a smaller gait and all went well. A little twingy but not bothering me at all right now. Will go for more distan... read more

  14. So I went to the sports doctor today and glad I did. I learn something new the longer I run. I strained a muscle from doing lunges and getting up too quickly from the position. He also notified ... read more

  15. RUN
    good Morning 5k 3.14 mi

    After the test run I took 2 days off. I felt the pinch again the rest of that day, although this time I was able to walk okay without limping. This morning's run was also pain free, but agai... read more

    • Kenneth W.
      Kenneth W.

      Ha ha, my test run only lasted 50 sec. I'm taking a week or two off. I hope my injury doesn't linger. Good luck with you recovery.

      about 1 month ago Like

    • Jennifer H.
      Jennifer H.

      I'm not happy at all. I'm even at the point to go see a sports doctor.

      about 1 month ago Like

    • Kenneth W.
      Kenneth W.

      I would see a doctor just to make sure there isn't a tear and to confirm your diagnosis.

      about 1 month ago Like

  16. RUN
    good Test run 3 mi

    This was a test run to see if the hip flexor was okay again. I had to debate to run in pain or let it heal and run pain free. I opted for the pain free part and did not run for 3 weeks. This run... read more

  17. RUN
    good 3 mi

    No idea how long it actually took me because I walked right out the door this morning without my garmin on. I was very naked. I was little shakey at first due to some kind of pinch in my right hi... read more

  18. RUN
    good Finally! 3 mi 00:31 10:20 pace

    Had severe sinus issues that did not allow running as an option, so now I need to discipline myself again to waking up early to go. It always feels good to get back out. Taking advantage of the e... read more

  19. RUN
    good Back from vacation and being ... 3 mi 00:30 10:01 pace

    I took a vacation and took it in every way to actually let my body relax and get sleep, rest, whatever it wanted/needed. Then I came back and got sick and just could not gather up the energy to ru... read more

  20. RUN
    blah It was a bad day 1.78 mi

    The mere struggle that this 1.78 miles took is worth the logging. Wicked bad cramping started yesterday but I always try to push through it and run anyway. Normally I can, but today? No way. Ne... read more