I love the eerie, blue glow.
15 April 2015
14 April 2015
It's spring at the UW and that means ducks are falling in love.
Whew, based on my gym numbers I'm getting a little stronger. And I'm realizing that my hips are way out of balance when it comes to strength.
No pain during my run again! I am liking this trend for sure. My heart rate monitor continues to entertain, once it settled down I started at 126 and finished around 141.
Today was a banner day so I had a treat when I got home.
13 April 2015
Another day of testing my body, this time with an actual run albeit indoors. I got a passing grade again. Yes.
This is the start of comeback #3. This year! And yes, I do want to do it right this time.
Saw this bike at the UW today, I love finding stuff like this.
12 April 2015
10 April 2015
09 April 2015
08 April 2015
On my way to work I got another massage. Living the dream for sure. This time it was from David Wilson at Evergreen Chiropractic.
On my way home I took a really long route. I love exploring Seattle neighborhoods.
07 April 2015
Well, I can't run so I did some strengthening this morning. It's been a while so I kept it pretty light.
06 April 2015
I was able to do all of my core exercises today! Just two weeks after surgery, nice.
I think I have been posting about all my injuries but just in case here is the catch up.
About two weeks prior to getting my hernia (right side) definitively diagnosed I started experiencing discomfort/pain in my LEFT hip. Running hurt but I didn't pay much attention to it as I figured my body was just getting used to the movement again after some time off.
Then I got the hernia diagnosed, had the surgery and took more time off. I figured this would cure my left side. Not.
The very first run after my surgery my left side hurt. I took it super easy but it only got worse.
I saw Neal Goldberg at FootWorks PT this morning and we think it's my left sartorius (the same thing I injured some months ago). The plan this time is to rest and then specifically strengthen that area and then try to come back slowly. Again.
It's pretty depressing if I think about it too much and for the first time I'm starting to wonder if I will be able to accomplish any of my goals for this summer. I sure hope so.
I'm throwing everything I can at this and have started seeing a chiropractor, I'll start back up with massage and I will even try acupuncture. Hopefully all this plus doing the right exercises/rehab and stretching will finally get me up and running. Literally.
Did I mention that being active is essential to my happiness? These last two years have taught me just how true that is.