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Does anyone ice their knees and feet after running?
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4 miles very slowly, maybe a 10 min pace. My back/sciatic nerve is finally starting to feel better...haven't noticed any pain in the last few days, so I decided to go for a short run and check out some of my new surroundings. This is my first run after moving, so I don't have a good route mapped out yet. But I snapped a few pics along the way...lots of nice scenery so far: Warning: Parks, Ponds, Palm Trees and Pelicans (Click to show)






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lots of nice scenery so far:

Srsly, great route! mirin
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Does anyone ice their knees and feet after running?

I do if I have a problem. Ive found it a very effective way of dealing with aching ligaments in the knees and ankles.

3 miles for me. Tapering is hard - definitley feeling unsatisfied and tense with the lack of running..

Charlie
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11 fast yesterday (6:55ish) needed to cut it short because with my job I pushed my body to its absolute breaking point. yoga today and more running tonight.
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I do if I have a problem. Ive found it a very effective way of dealing with aching ligaments in the knees and ankles.
3 miles for me. Tapering is hard - definitley feeling unsatisfied and tense with the lack of running..
Charlie

I was worried before my long run this weekend. My achilles was still tight the day before and I've had issues in the past. I slept on my back with a cold compress under each achilles/heel, and I felt great during my run and after. I keep waiting for the tightness that comes after a long run, but it hasn't shown up.
post #7372 of 10790
6.8 miserable miles this morning. Maybe my worst run ever. I eventually gave up and rode the bus back to my car. frown.gif
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4 miles on a cooler than usual morning for these parts.
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easy 5
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Another 10 tonight average 6:56. Two Williamsburg bridges in there.
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This a.m., 5 miles. 7'30" pace
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I got in about 4.5 miles this morning. I was planning on doing about 8 but was a bit stiff and then the skies opened up on me at about the 2 mile mark so I said screw it and turned for home instead.
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congrats half-marathoners!
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Does anyone ice their knees and feet after running?

Sometimes my feet. If my knees give me trouble I switch to new shoes and start climbing stairs more.
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6.8 miserable miles this morning. Maybe my worst run ever. I eventually gave up and rode the bus back to my car. frown.gif

Been there, done that. I hate bailing on a run. Get some rest and you'll bounce back.

Saturday I was stressed over job and family so I took off from the house and started exploring the neighborhood. Came across a new park in a remote area, so I ran that (short) trail and worked the circuit machines. No idea what distance, took just under an hour, all told. And it rained a good bit of it, which was the best part.

Today - 6 x 800m, 200r, finally got the time progression right, finished strong, jogged home.
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^^ Running is the best therapy ever. 6 with strides as I taper for my Sunday goal marathon.

Hope everyone is doing well!
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5 nice easy recovery miles this morning, ended in rain which is awesome.

quevola, what marathon?
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