«I left tracks all over town in the 5” of fresh snow already on the ground and while more fell. My feet would disappear beneath the snow with every single step. ⠀
The best part about running in the snow is that it forces you to slow down, which gives you more time to enjoy the beauty of the elements. ⠀
Running in snowfall is extremely calming for me. There’s something about the snow falling, blanketing what was once there, that almost feels like it’s giving you a fresh start - a clean slate to make some new tracks. It may have been cold out but I felt nothing but warmth in my heart.»⠀
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It was a good and bad workout last night. Good because I had it done with about 8 miles at goal marathon pace and bad because my left heel pain is not going away. There’s sharp pain especially at the start of the run and after the run. I am also experiencing some tingling sensation that radiates towards my legs and thighs.
4 x 0.5 mi
3 x 0.75 mi
2 x 1 mi
1 x 2 mi
Total of 12 miles on the treadmill.
The night before I had 8.6 mi easy outside miles. Around 6th mi, I did slow jog because of heel pain and the tingling sensation (nerve). I got really scared. It comes and goes.
Maybe I was compensating my gait due to left heel pain that it affects other body parts. I incorporated 5 minutes of walking before and after runs plus the usual dynamic warm-up.
Do you guys have any idea what’s happening here?
Este año vamos a redoblar la apuesta pero siempre con el objetivo claro: que disfrutes una gran aventura.
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