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2011 - Remain Injury Free and have fun running for fitness ... not racing for speed or endurance all the time - 1 Marathon - Marine Corps.

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Tom logged 1388 miles.

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  1. RUN
    blah Run with Joe on the canal path 3.55 mi 00:34 09:39 pace

    And ... I'm back :) Hopefully. Winter off ... 2 surgery's. Let's try and stay injury free this year!! Trying to stick with the plan of only 1 full marathon in 2011. Marin... read more

  2. RUN
    good NYC Marathon 26.2 mi

    Forgot to post my marathon mileage from last weekend. Marathon went great. Even injured I had a great time participating but didn't "race" ... did walk run intervals and completed ... read more

  3. RUN
    blah Rock 'N' Roll Philadelphia Ha... 13.1 mi 02:38 12:03 pace

    ITB and all ... I finished which is all I wanted to do. Almost 45 mins. over my PR from this race last year. Now time to heal and get ready for NYC in November!

  4. RUN
    injured Ben Franklin Bridge Run 4 mi

    ITB still humming on ... going to take it easy tomorrow during the half marathon ... now I'm hitting the foam roller and icing :)

    • Samantha G.
      Samantha G.

      Hope you have a good race despite he ITB!

      over 7 years ago Like

    • Brian A.
      Brian A.

      Best of success to you, Tom. Take care of yourself; hope the foam roller provides relief.

      over 7 years ago Like

    • Mark C.

      Suffered some ITB stuff over winter, and had to completely reconsider my form and strengthen my hips to solve the problem ultimately. foam rollers, icing, massage was good for acute pain, but better form helps prevent the inflammation altogether. Mileage may vary. Cheers!

      over 7 years ago Like

    • Francisco G.
      Francisco G. Get Better
      Get Better:

      Well done

      over 7 years ago

  5. RUN
    8 on Kelly Drive 8 mi

    Great morning for a run .... nice and cool with low humidity. Left ITB is killing me. Must get more therapy ASAP!

    • Linda

      Great run Tom. You really need to get those ITB's taken care of! Feel better.

      over 7 years ago Like

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    • Mark C.

      I had ITB problems for two months and only finally got relief by taking a month to adjust my running form, strengthen my core and hips, doing all the other usual stretches, and wearing an ITB strap while running while I adjusted my form to put less stress in the ITB. My ITBS felt like an ice pick stabbing my knee with every step.

      over 7 years ago Like

    • Tom B.
      Tom B.

      Thanks everyone. Yeah my right ITB was the issue before ... did graston technique and active release while lowering miles and it healed ... but switched to my left. I've been crazy busy but I need to work trips to the docs back in so I can run NYC without pain!

      over 7 years ago Like

  6. RUN
    alright Basic Local 5K 3.1 mi 00:30 09:30 pace

    hot .... muggy .... pissy ... moany .... and my left itb is killing me. Yeah ... still not feeling it. I can do it ... I will do it!!

  7. RUN
    alright 6 Miles on the Perk 6 mi

    Back trying to work through my ITB issues that continue. Need to get this crap worked out so I feel confident for NY in November!

  8. RUN
    injured 17 mi

    Both ITB's made me bite the dust in my quest for a 50 mile ultra. :(

    • Ron

      Sorry to hear! I did a loop and a half while the race was going on and it was brutal out there. Have you tried out any ITB straps?

      over 7 years ago Like

    • Tom B.
      Tom B.

      Thanks Ron. Yes I have a few different straps ... band and braces :) I will keep working it!

      over 7 years ago Like

  9. RUN
    good NY Pride Run 5 Miler 5 mi 00:44 08:50 pace

    Nice 5 miler through Central Park. Little ITB pain but the heat and humidity was worse :)

  10. RUN
    alright Rush Hour Run 5k for Back On ... 3.1 mi 00:25 08:07 pace

    So yeah ... I've been gone for a bit. Hit by injury and a busy life left little motivation or energy to run. Decided to break back in with a race tonight since there was really good food and... read more

    • Rob M.
      Rob M.

      Great pace, Tom. And good luck on the upcoming race.

      over 7 years ago Like

    • Lisa M.
      Lisa M.

      right ON, TOM!! wooHOO, glad to see this... have a great weekend ...

      over 7 years ago Like

    • Cathy L.
      Cathy L.

      I am glad to hear you felt okay to race.

      over 7 years ago Like

    • Tom B.
      Tom B.

      Thanks all :) Weird my ITB hurt this morning when I woke up but not last night or during the race ???

      over 7 years ago Like

  11. RUN
    alright 30 Min Easy - It band testing 3 mi

    Still having issues with the IT band - knee. Working on reducing it ... just going to take some time. RICE

  12. FIT
    great Dragon Boat Regatta 60:00

    Great day out on the water. Got some nice core and upper body workouts during out 3 races. My team took the silver medal in our division!

    • Cathy L.
      Cathy L.

      Sounds like a great day. Congratulations on your medal. Someday I would love to come out and watch you race.

      over 7 years ago Like

  13. RUN
    alright Treadmill ITB Test Run 3 mi 00:28 09:15 pace

    First run since starting Gaston Technique and ART therapy on the ITB. I stretched out pretty good before starting and even did some foam roller. I felt the ITB on the outside of my knee pretty m... read more

    • Stephanie

      i had my 4th ART session today. going back out for a run tomorrow!! how many sessions have you gotten?

      over 7 years ago Like

    • Tony F.
      Tony F.

      Wow all this medical terminology, are you sure you don't moonlight as a Doc or PT? I hope it all works out for you soon. Wine should help get you thru it. LOL

      over 7 years ago Like

    • Anh P.
      Anh P.

      Nice run, Tom! Hope you get some good news from the doc.

      over 7 years ago Like

    • Tom B.
      Tom B.

      @Stephanie. Today will be my third treatment. I also stretch and do foam roller at home between sessions. I'm feeling better here and there but I think it's going to be a while till I'm totally pain free. At least it's manageable. Good luck!

      over 7 years ago Like

  14. Following doctors orders for no running to try and get this ITB issue under control. I've been having Graston Technique and ART treatments with icing and russian e-stim. He said I could bi... read more

    • Mark C.

      Once you have the inflammation under control, the door is open!

      almost 8 years ago Like

    • Jackie

      Hope you continue to see progress on your ITB and have a quick recovery.

      almost 8 years ago Like

  15. Good news!! ... my sports doc believes Dr. Google (me) misdiagnosed and it's not a knee issue ... but Iliotibial Band Syndrome! Had a Graston Technique treatment and some e-stim with icing. G... read more

    • Stephanie

      wooohoo! i am dealing with ITBS right now and ART/Graston/Acupuncture have helped tremendously!! best of luck !

      almost 8 years ago Like

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    • Tom B.
      Tom B.

      Awesome info everyone! Thanks. I joke and say my core is made of Jello or Gummie Bears... but sadly it's true. I really do need to focus more on my cross training and core work outs. :)

      almost 8 years ago Like

    • Stephanie

      <--- rebelious, flat-footed, overpronator that will not wear overly built up shoes! i am working through ITBS while maintaining a minimal shoe approach. i WILL get stronger instead of depending on my shoes! ;) so far so good! ;)

      almost 8 years ago Like

  16. Philadelphia Area DM Runners - Check out the RUSH HOUR RUN Thursday Night June 17th - I added an event page: read over my review. Awesome time I... read more

  17. Shared Photo

    Um yeah ... OUCH!

  18. Shared Photo

    DM Member - G and I after the finish. What a gorgeous day for a marathon!