Mrscanmore wrote: »
@RunsWithBees i don't have that problem here! The weather has been really nice, but that still means below 0, snow and ice!
SwtHedgehog wrote: »
I know this is a broad question, but I thought I'd ask and get people's thoughts. Before I do, I'd like to point out that my consistency has been all over the place this past nine months.
I've been experiencing various pains and calf tightness in my left leg during/after running. The symptoms have been inconsistent. Sometimes it's just a tight calf, sometimes it starts across the heel, sometimes it's the ankle. When I wake up in the morning, everything is fine and things don't start bothering me until 2alking around for a while. Yoga for tight hips/etc. Seems to be helping, until I start running. I alternate between two running shoes and both have about 100 miles. My boyfriend has always teased me (in a loving way) about how heavy/hard and stiff I am when running/landing.
I have a half Ironman in September and want to take care of this now (as it has gotten to the point the pain starts at about 15 minutes into my run).
My question: where do I start/go to first?
New running shoes, running analysis with a coach, doctor for physical therapy, start at ground zero (15min run with a build of time as issues lesson), smaller run intervals (currently I do 9 minutes slow run 1 minute walk)?
I can provide more details if needed.
PS: I've been running for about 5 years or more, and did my last 10k Jan 2019
yirara wrote: »
Hello there! I represent the extra slow runners club here. But I run, hence I'm a runner
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