2 miles on the treadmill, 1% incline, in 18:30 (9:15 mile pace).
Then I had to leave for a while, but later I returned and did:
2 miles on the treadmill, 1% incline, in 18:29 (9:15 mile pace).
My father turned 83 yesterday. Sobering to see what he has come to, and what we all come to if we live long enough.
I'm a dark horse, running on a dark race course.
Another 2 miles on the railtrail today, 1/2 mile walk, 1 mile run and 1/2 mile walk. I wore racing flats and concentrated both during the walks and run not to heel strike.
I've never thought of myself as a heel striker, but noticed during yesterday's run that there are times when I land heel first, even when I'm walking. For a guy with a sore heel, that's the last thing you want to do. So I shortened my stride, kept my feet under me and actually felt pretty good today.
Push-ups and sit-ups as well...
D.H., I've got a family member who's 80. Frequent visits to the hospital are the norm lately, it's tough to watch sometimes.
How're you doing Ray?
Enjoy life, this ain't a rehearsal...
Taking time off and trying to let tendon heal. Tendon was pretty sore after walking on Wednesday. Son is sick and I might be next...
Sounds like your foot is on the mend that's good. I know when I walk I definitely heel strike, I think that's mostly normal. When running, when I get tired I start to heel strike as well. One of the reasons I where the vibrams.
DH, my Dad turns 83 next June. It is depressing to think about where he is health wise. Dad's about 1/2 inch shorter, but at 25 out weighed me by 10-15 pounds.
Now, it's more like 80-90.
Keep up the good work, hoping to be exercising soon.
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