|An ass kicking cat for your pleasure.|
- I don't follow the 10% rule in mileage increase
- I don't stretch after a run
- I don't cross train.
|This bunny is very disappointed in my less than stellar training style.|
Before, I used to always get shin splints whenever I get started on running for realsies. That finally stopped when I started to foam roll for at least five minutes after every run.
But now, I'm beginning to feel plantar fasciitis coming on. I should have seen this coming. I have textbook super high arch, and my dad and my mom gets it. So you'd think I would have taken preventative measures.
But I didn't. . .
Good thing that I'd already planned on this week to be a cut back week. It also so happens that I'm having a super stressed and busy week.
I'll be leaving my college bubble to do an interview in Richmond for a company-that-will-not-be-named. Wish me luck! And if you are a recruiter in Richmond who might be working for the company-that-will-not-be-named, please, feel free to offer me the job! And I also have a lab practical right afterwards. So basically, I couldn't have run more even if I wanted to.
Okay, I lied. I'm sure I can squeeze in running if I really tried, but I don't want to make the plantar fasciiitis worse. And I'm ready to take a small break from all this ass kicking.
|Thanks nike for telling me why I have plantar fasciitis. I totally agree.|
What can I do to ward off this impending doom? How do you guys prevent injuries in general? Please feel free to share!