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post #7636 of 10802
6.8 miles today.
post #7637 of 10802
Anybody had issues with ITBS already?
What did you do to get rid of it?
post #7638 of 10802
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Anybody had issues with ITBS already?
What did you do to get rid of it?

There are a couple of stretches you can do, try googling that (IT Band stretch) and rest...you're not alone
post #7639 of 10802
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Anybody had issues with ITBS already?
What did you do to get rid of it?

Try using a foam roller. I started using one about a year ago and there's hardly ever a day that goes by that I don't use it.
post #7640 of 10802
5 1/2 @ 8;30 pace for me. Lovely Autumn day here
post #7641 of 10802
6 this morning. Great balmy weather. Legs still marathon dead.
post #7642 of 10802
Ran my first half today. Despite injury plagued training and feeling a bit under the weather I still ran under 2, which was my goal.
post #7643 of 10802
^ Great time for your first half! I don't run my first until February, and my goal is under 2:15.

4 easy miles for me today
post #7644 of 10802
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Anybody had issues with ITBS already?
What did you do to get rid of it?

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Originally Posted by NewYorkRanger View Post

There are a couple of stretches you can do, try googling that (IT Band stretch) and rest...you're not alone

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Originally Posted by Beatlegeuse View Post

Try using a foam roller. I started using one about a year ago and there's hardly ever a day that goes by that I don't use it.
Stretching and foam rolling resolved my IT Band issues. It took awhile, but I no longer have problems with it.
post #7645 of 10802
4.6 followed by a good workout.
post #7646 of 10802
Thanks for the tips. I unfortunately feel like I dont do the stretching right, as with all of these exercises I feel nothing.
Doing foam rolling though, both with a ball and a roller. Feels good.
How long did you pause until you tried running again?
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Originally Posted by MoreFire View Post

Thanks for the tips. I unfortunately feel like I dont do the stretching right, as with all of these exercises I feel nothing.
Doing foam rolling though, both with a ball and a roller. Feels good.
How long did you pause until you tried running again?

I'd wait until you have no pain...also make sure you are good and warm before you go out those first few times.
post #7648 of 10802
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Originally Posted by MoreFire View Post

Thanks for the tips. I unfortunately feel like I dont do the stretching right, as with all of these exercises I feel nothing.
Doing foam rolling though, both with a ball and a roller. Feels good.
How long did you pause until you tried running again?
The foam roller felt good to you? Not for me, particularly when I first started. Some of the knots I rolled over made me want to scream like a little girl. laugh.gif

I didn't stop running entirely, but did run less often at a slower pace and for shorter distances.
post #7649 of 10802
I have a classic blackroll:

And wish I had a harder foam roller... So when doing slowly, yes it hurts but in a good way.

Running doesn't work out at all for me, unfortunately.
As said, I paused for 1 week with running after having severe issues and then it came back after few distance already. No point even trying...
post #7650 of 10802
6.5 tough miles still recovering from a chest cold. First time down one of my routes since Sandy...otherwise beautiful afternoon by the water.
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