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Ouch, My knees!

Sunday, December 05, 2010

My knees hurt a little bit today. Not sure what the cause is... could be yesterday's 5K, but this certainly wasn't my first 5k and I've run further than I did yesterday...

I don't know what the deal is... I went for a walk today, hoping that would help, but alas my knees still hurt. I don't like this... makes me feel old. ugh. I'M NOT OLD!

clearly I have nothing really to blog about...just want my three points. And to share that my knees hurt.

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    I know what you mean. Today I'm battling back spasms and I can't think of anything I've done to start them, even though I have chronic pain issues.
    Just take it easy is all I can say.
    3705 days ago
  • no profile photo CD7670724
    What was your time? Did you run the whole thing?

    I bet it was a great time! I thought about you guys all day and wished I could be there.

    3705 days ago
  • SFLORES216
    Listen to your body and take a days rest if needed. I took 2 weeks off after the marathon, felt guilty every day of it, but that is exactly what my body needed.

    Hope your knees get better!
    3705 days ago
  • BET212
    What surface do you normally run on? My right foot was bothering me a little today...I have plantar fasciitis which has been in remission for me since I stopped power walking on concrete (the Riverwalk) a few months ago...I miss the walking but not the pain.

    We did some of that running yesterday on asphalt and some on concrete so maybe that's it?
    3705 days ago
    Sorry your knees are hurting and oh my goodness you are DEFINITELY not old. I can talk as one of the "senior" members, LOL!

    You and Brandyn did excellent yesterday and you make a terrific walking/jogging duo!

    Icy Hot or Aspercreme those knees and feel better fast! emoticon
    3705 days ago
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