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I tried to do my normal run Saturday morning, and it started off okay, if not slow. I was able to run for a while without too much of an issue for the first part of it, but the last part ended up just being a three mile walk. My feet hurt, I am still out of shape (I didn’t think taking most of a week off for surgery would impact me that much but I guess it did), and it just wasn’t a great day for exercise. I may be making an executive decision for next week that will help me heal a bit and get some rest. I know that will push back my exercise regimen, but it may need to happen.

Other than that, it was a nice, relaxing day. My wife and I went to the movie, then had dinner, and I enjoyed something I’ve been craving for a while from Dairy Queen. Snickers Peanut Butter Pie Blizzard. Yes please! I made sure it all fit in my calories and rather enjoyed it all.
NOTES FOR THE DAY:

Exercise Reps/Distance
Ran/Walked 6.29 miles @ 01:34:17
Other Goals Notes
Eating/Tracking Tracked and enjoyed
Steps xxxxx
250+ Steps Per Hour xx out of 14
Sobriety 53 days in a row
Liquid Intake Iced decaf coffee and water

3 thoughts on “Week 7 – Day 6: Feets

  1. If it is plantar faccitis then rolling the underside of your feet on a frozen water bottle or the like can be really helpful. I also find that Rock Tape or KT tape can be really helpful. Also have a look at your running shoes, if they are worn and / or not providing enough arch support or pronation support this can exacerbate the issue.
    (I get PF a lot and a couple of years ago I got it so badly I was on crutches)

    1. Ouch! Thanks for the info. I did start stretching my feet with a band and icing them as well as pulling out some new running shoes. All of that seems to have helped so far!

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