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  1. RUN
    alright 4 miler 4.01 mi 00:38 09:30 pace

    64 °F, 4mph SW, 100%, 572, 00:38:04, Wave Inspire 12 - June 14, 2017, 323 miles, Max heart rate: 172 BPM, Avg heart rate: 164 BPM, short sleeved tee, shorts, tech socks, bandana. 64 °F, 4mph SW, 10... read more

  2. Me and my hip have been having some arguments and I think we're now fighting over something I'm doing at the gym, not the running. In any event, I happened to spot this article about a gu... read more

    • Mike D.
      Mike D.

      hang in there and ease up at the gym!

      4 days ago Like

    • Stephen H.
      Stephen H.

      Great article! Totally mad but great! Thanks for sharing. Hope you and your hip soon start to cooperate with each other.

      4 days ago Like

  3. RUN
    alright 4 miler 4 mi 00:37 09:08 pace

    71 °F, 0mph NE, 88%, 609, 00:36:32, Wave Inspire 12 - June 14, 2017, 322 miles, Max heart rate: 170 BPM, Avg heart rate: 160 BPM, short sleeved tee, shorts, tech socks, bandana. 74 °F, 4mph NE, 84%... read more

  4. RUN
    good 4 miler 4.01 mi 00:37 09:19 pace

    61 °F, 0mph N, 100%, 645, 00:37:20, Wave Inspire 12 - June 14, 2017, 318 miles, Max heart rate: 174 BPM, Avg heart rate: 164 BPM, short sleeved tee, shorts, tech socks, bandana. 61 °F, 0mph N, 100%... read more

    • Lowell W.
      Lowell W.

      The hip felt good despite my having done an hour of strength training yesterday during which I worked my legs pretty hard. And I spent a couple of hours mowing the lawn (we have a pretty steep hill in front of our house). Not counting my chickens before they hatch, but things are starting to feel very good. Long way to go to rebuild stamina, though...

      11 days ago Like

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    • Adam O.
      Adam O.

      Good to hear your still on the mend. Take it nice and easy.

      10 days ago Like

    • Stephen H.
      Stephen H.

      Great that from the sounds of things you're almost there. You're soon going to be pulling off those impressive high mileage weeks again.

      9 days ago Like

  5. RUN
    alright 4 miler 4.01 mi 00:37 09:06 pace

    64 °F, 4mph SW, 75%, 661, 00:36:31, Wave Inspire 12 - June 14, 2017, 314 miles, Max heart rate: 184 BPM, Avg heart rate: 168 BPM, short sleeved tee, shorts, tech socks, bandana. 64 °F, 4mph SW, 75%... read more

  6. RUN
    injured 4 miler 4.01 mi 00:36 09:02 pace

    68 °F, 0mph N, 93%, 616, 00:36:16, Wave Inspire 12 - June 14, 2017, 310 miles, Max heart rate: 171 BPM, Avg heart rate: 161 BPM, short sleeved tee, shorts, tech socks, bandana. 72 °F, 4mph N, 78% a... read more

  7. RUN
    injured 4 miler 4 mi 00:37 09:07 pace

    70 °F, 7mph N, 90%, 609, 00:36:32, Wave Inspire 12 - June 14, 2017, 306 miles, Max heart rate: 170 BPM, Avg heart rate: 160 BPM, short sleeved tee, shorts, tech socks, bandana. 72 °F, 7mph NNE, 83%... read more

  8. RUN
    injured 4 miler 4.01 mi 00:37 09:07 pace

    63 °F, 0mph N, 100%, 622, 00:36:33, Wave Inspire 12 - June 14, 2017, 302 miles, Max heart rate: 172 BPM, Avg heart rate: 162 BPM, short sleeved tee, shorts, tech socks, bandana. 66 °F, 0mph N, 100%... read more

    • Lowell W.
      Lowell W.

      Definite signs of improvement! My hip was hurting a fair amount this morning, which I attribute to yesterday's lawn mowing session. But if felt better about halfway through the run, and a lot better after the run!

      about 1 month ago Like

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    • Zafer Y.
      Zafer Y.

      Great run

      about 1 month ago Like

    • Stephen H.
      Stephen H.

      Sounds like definite improvement with the hip. Glad things are getting better. Great to see that your still giving the runs a try and using them to gauge your current condition. I've got a feeling you're going to be back to your regular running routine very soon!

      about 1 month ago Like

  9. RUN
    injured 4 miler 4.01 mi 00:37 09:14 pace

    73 °F, HI: 74 °F, 8mph WSW, 85%, 666, 00:37:01, Wave Inspire 12 - June 14, 2017, 298 miles, Max heart rate: 178 BPM, Avg heart rate: 168 BPM, short sleeved tee, shorts, tech socks, bandana. 76 °F, ... read more

    • Lowell W.
      Lowell W.

      Wow! It's amazing how quickly we lose our stamina! My hip was hurting at the start but after it stopped hurting I started struggling with my energy. Oh well, now I have something new to focus on. The good news is that the run went well despite the fact that I actually hurt my hip again lifting weights!!!

      about 1 month ago Like

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    • Lucas D.
      Lucas D.

      Just keep listening to the body, my friend. No more setbacks. It's great to see that you're still at it.

      about 1 month ago Like1 person

    • Mike D.
      Mike D.

      You are supposed to back off when feeling pain!

      about 1 month ago Like1 person

  10. RUN
    injured 4 miler 4.01 mi 00:36 09:02 pace

    63 °F, 6mph NNE, 70%, 630, 00:36:14, Wave Inspire 12 - June 14, 2017, 294 miles, Max heart rate: 174 BPM, Avg heart rate: 164 BPM, short sleeved tee, shorts, tech socks, bandana. 63 °F, 6mph NNE, 7... read more

    • Lowell W.
      Lowell W.

      Still hurting but less and less each run. I've also gone back to lifting weights and am adding some extra work for my hips in hopes that next year that will keep me going. We'll see!

      about 1 month ago Like

    • Stephen H.
      Stephen H.

      Glad that you're seeing some improvement and great that you're still busy with other activities. You're doing everything right.

      about 1 month ago Like1 person

    • Doug G.
      Doug G.

      Good news, glad to hear it is subsiding and going away.

      about 1 month ago Like1 person

  11. RUN
    injured 4 miler 4.01 mi 00:37 09:09 pace

    68 °F, HI: 69 °F, 6mph WNW, 100%, 657, 00:36:42, Wave Inspire 12 - June 14, 2017, 290 miles, Max heart rate: 198 BPM, Avg heart rate: 168 BPM, short sleeved tee, shorts, tech socks, bandana. 68 °F,... read more

    • Lowell W.
      Lowell W.

      Still working on the hip, but this time I was running the day after my first day at the gym lifting weights in ages. I'm writing this from my office and I'm wondering how I will get up to walk again! I was lecturing for about 5 hours and didn't realize until I sat that every muscle in my body is sore. Guess I did it right at the gym!

      about 1 month ago Like

    • Corey W.
      Corey W.

      nice miles Lowell! Hope your not still stuck in the office chair!

      about 1 month ago Like

    • Mike D.
      Mike D.

      Hope it is feeling good tomorrow.

      about 1 month ago Like

    • Stephen H.
      Stephen H. You're an Inspiration
      You're an Inspiration:

      Surprising how sore your muscles can get after doing a workout you haven't done for a while but it is just proof of what good it does in keeping your muscles strong. Great effort keeping up the activity levels.

      about 1 month ago

  12. RUN
    injured 4 miler 4.01 mi 00:36 09:03 pace

    70 °F, 8mph W, 75%, 646, 00:36:20, Wave Inspire 12 - June 14, 2017, 286 miles, Max heart rate: 180 BPM, Avg heart rate: 167 BPM, short sleeved tee, shorts, tech socks, bandana. 70 °F, 8mph W, 75% a... read more

  13. RUN
    injured Fox Fire Ct 1.01 mi 00:09:12 09:04 pace

    64 °F, 12mph NE, 100%, 136, 00:09:12, Wave Inspire 12 - Feb 3, 2017, 540 miles, Max heart rate: 159 BPM, Avg heart rate: 147 BPM, short sleeved tee, shorts, tech socks, bandana. 64 °F, 12mph NE, 10... read more

    • Lowell W.
      Lowell W.

      Still very sore in the hip once again. Dang. May end up having to defer the upcoming marathon. Funny - when that realization hit me I found myself sitting at the computer working up a gym workout routine for the next couple of weeks and then a seriously modified marathon training schedule for next year. I think I spent about 5 minutes feeling down!

      about 1 month ago Like

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    • Adam O.
      Adam O.

      Sorry to hear this Lowell. Sounds like you have the right mindset. Make the best of it and come back stronger next year! Not sure I would have taken it so well!

      about 1 month ago Like1 person

    • Stephen H.
      Stephen H.

      Oh no. Hope you're not out of action for too long Lowell! You'll know whether it's right to defer your marathon or not just by listening to your body just as you're doing now. There's plenty of other marathons to be done in the future if you have to give the next one a miss. Wishing you a speedy recovery.

      about 1 month ago Like1 person

  14. Over the weekend I read something that I have found to be true *for me* but which I did not think applied generally. I have always read about RICE when you get hurt but I've always found that,... read more

    • Mike D.
      Mike D.

      Usually good to get some blood flow and movement going.

      about 1 month ago Like

    • Doug G.
      Doug G.

      Glad you found a method that works for you! Yay!!

      about 1 month ago Like

    • Lowell W.
      Lowell W.

      It does work for me, but it's very hit or miss. I have to try, if it's painful, take some time off, try again soon, etc...

      about 1 month ago Like

  15. RUN
    alright 6 miler 6.01 mi 00:56 09:21 pace

    72 °F, 9mph E, 49%, 960, 00:56:11, Wave Inspire 12 - June 14, 2017, 280 miles, Max heart rate: 173 BPM, Avg heart rate: 162 BPM, short sleeved tee, shorts, tech socks, bandana. 68 °F, 9mph SW, 65% ... read more

  16. RUN
    alright 4 miler 4.01 mi 00:37 09:13 pace

    66 °F, 4mph NW, 76%, 638, 00:36:58, Wave Inspire 12 - June 14, 2017, 276 miles, Max heart rate: 189 BPM, Avg heart rate: 163 BPM, short sleeved tee, shorts, tech socks, bandana. 66 °F, 4mph NW, 76%... read more

    • Lowell W.
      Lowell W.

      First run in a while! My hip and hamstring were hurting badly enough that I decided I needed to take some real rest. Well, sort of. Last night I got back from three days of hiking in the Allegheny Mountains in West Virginia's Canaan Valley region. So, while I wasn't running, I was climbing some pretty steep hiking trails. Good for the soul and for reconnecting with the wife - now let's see how good it is for the hip. I'll know more tomorrow...

      about 1 month ago Like

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    • Stephen H.
      Stephen H.

      Great job getting back to it Lowell! Hope you've recovered and not suffering today.

      about 1 month ago Like

    • Doug G.
      Doug G.

      Sounds like a good time to spend together, sounds like fun to me, hope the best for you on your next run.

      about 1 month ago Like

  17. RUN
    tired 6 miler 6 mi 00:57 09:27 pace

    66 °F, HI: 67 °F, 0mph N, 100%, 948, 00:56:45, Wave Inspire 12 - June 14, 2017, 270 miles, Max heart rate: 169 BPM, Avg heart rate: 160 BPM, short sleeved tee, shorts, tech socks, bandana. 66 °F, H... read more

    • Lowell W.
      Lowell W.

      Crossing my fingers after this one. The hip hurt right out of the gate but it loosened up really fast (about 1/4 mile) and then the level of pain was mild but consistent. While it really didn't hurt badly, when I hit six I had noticed that my pace had seriously dropped off and that the pain was causing me a different kind of exhaustion, so I stopped. So far it's feeling very good. Tomorrow...

      2 months ago Like

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    • Mike D.
      Mike D.

      Best wishes. Take it slow.

      2 months ago Like

    • Adam O.
      Adam O.

      Hope the hip is ok now. You did the right thing cutting it short.

      2 months ago Like

  18. RUN
    injured 3 miler 3.01 mi 00:28 09:17 pace

    79 °F, HI: 81 °F, 7mph SE, 74%, 448, 00:27:56, Wave Inspire 12 - June 14, 2017, 267 miles, Max heart rate: 169 BPM, Avg heart rate: 156 BPM, short sleeved tee, shorts, tech socks, bandana. 79 °F, H... read more

    • Lowell W.
      Lowell W.

      This was not at all a gratifying run. I was hopeful that having taken three days off would make my leg feel better. But, while my hamstring was indeed much better, my hip, which had been a really minor annoyance, suddenly flared into a major problem. Okay, deep breath, try again tomorrow and see how things go. I can always stop right after I start if the pain presents right away...

      2 months ago Like

    • Doug G.
      Doug G.

      The hamstring is telegraphing into the hip, get a doctor appointment, 20.00 copay, and say, I want to see a physical therapist, just my 2 cents hopen it gets better fast

      2 months ago Like1 person

    • Mike D.
      Mike D.

      Sorry for your troubles. As one healing from a hamstring strain, I advise caution. Get plenty of rest, be smart, show restraint.

      2 months ago Like1 person

    • Lowell W.
      Lowell W.

      Thanks, guys. I think the real problem is actually my hip, not my hamstring. That seems to be completely fine now. I suspect I strained it while compensating for the more limited range of motion in my hip due to the pain there. That's a recurring problem that always goes away as soon as marathon training is over. We'll see what tomorrow brings...

      2 months ago Like

  19. RUN
    injured 5 miler 5.01 mi 00:47 09:17 pace

    66 °F, HI: 67 °F, 4mph NW, 100%, 730, 00:46:32, Wave Inspire 12 - June 14, 2017, 262 miles, Max heart rate: 175 BPM, Avg heart rate: 153 BPM, short sleeved tee, shorts, tech socks, bandana. 67 °F, ... read more

    • Lowell W.
      Lowell W.

      This was a test of my left hamstring. It was definitely tight and it was very mildly painful to run on for the first mile or so, and then on downhill slopes the rest of the way. Once I stopped running, the stiffness and pain were completely gone, so I hope I'm good to work through it now. Crossing my fingers!

      2 months ago Like

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    • Lucas D.
      Lucas D.

      Oh, crap! Play it carefully, Lowell! Don't let a minor issue turn into something major. I'll be keeping close tabs on you.

      2 months ago Like

    • Stephen H.
      Stephen H.

      Hope your well on your way to recovery now Lowell! Wise to take some extra days off when injuries like this occur.

      2 months ago Like

  20. RUN
    injured 10 miler 10.07 mi 01:39 09:48 pace

    63 °F, 0mph N, 86%, 1405, 01:38:41, Wave Inspire 12 - June 14, 2017, 252 miles, Max heart rate: 161 BPM, Avg heart rate: 144 BPM, short sleeved tee, shorts, tech socks, bandana. 63 °F, 0mph N, 86% ... read more

    • Lowell W.
      Lowell W.

      My legs were hurting pretty badly right from the start with this one, particularly my left hamstring. So by the 10th mile I decided I better cut it short. I'm hoping (and I think this is the case) that it was just a case of overdoing. I'll try an easy run either tomorrow or Tuesday and then go long on Wednesday if all feels right. Taking advantage of the last couple of weeks of summer break!

      2 months ago Like

    • Corey W.
      Corey W.

      nice miles Lowell. Hope things are feeling better tomorrow!

      2 months ago Like1 person

    • Doug G.
      Doug G.

      ouch, Do the hamstring stretch in the door way with one leg up in the air, and your butt up against the bottom, try to get you leg to go flat, (with your shoe on). Keep the other leg flat on the floor. Hamstring pain is caused by the leg not flattening(fully straightening out) and this causes an in-balance in your stride. I had a bad hamstring problem for 1.5 years, and this exercise cured it in one week. Thanks!

      2 months ago Like1 person

    • Zafer Y.
      Zafer Y.

      Congrats Lowell. Hope things are feeling better tomorrow.

      2 months ago Like1 person