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”
Luckily for the US, exercise is permitted right now. With most everything shut down, exercise and outdoor activity seems like one thing we can control. YAY, as long as your safe and stay 6 feet apart, exercise is great for both the body and mind. (This is a running blog after all, so you don’t have to tell me that twice).
For the longest time, I thought Squirrel’s Nut Butter was a type of peanut butter. I saw people promoting it and that’s what I thought it was. I didn’t research it and didn’t hear much about it.
But it’s not…
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.
At Home Workout Apps:
With the Coronavirus and social distancing, many people have requested that I write a post about At Home Workouts and workout apps.
There are probably hundreds, if not thousands of workout apps out there. Not just workout apps, but now there is a rise in live Instagram classes in real-time or even Youtube videos. If you are looking to sweat in your home, it’s probably the easiest time to find a workout app for you.