As I seem to mention every week, time is flying. I can’t believe that it’s now been five weeks since I broke my foot. This is my final week of zero running or attempts to run. At the end of next week, I will try to slowly walk-run about a mile. (So there is potential, next week could log 1 mile of walk-running). Continue reading “Injury Week 5: Easy Walks”
Admittedly, I thought until a few days ago; this would be my first zero mileage month. Then I realized, my last run was on March 1. So with that, I log 8 miles and one race in March.
It’s hard to believe I’m now four weeks deep into a calcaneus stress fracture. Everything else in the world seems more important. Even if I was healthy, like any runner, all my races are canceled or postponed. I get to start a slow return to running in another two weeks. So I guess I’ll begin counting down to that.
Obviously, with current events, all pools in New Jersey closed. In fact, all nonessential businesses are closed.
It is the right call, but that leaves me with very few choices when it comes to cardio workouts.
As I finish week 2 with my calcaneus stress fracture, I can’t help but think…how is it already been two weeks? Continue reading “Injury Wk 2: Swimming and Swimming”