I woke up early this morning and checked my Buckeye Outdoors calendar to see what workout my coach had scheduled for me today. It was a speed workout of running lines on the football field where I basically run a lot of 10-100 yard sprints. I had done a similar workout many moons ago and have been doing this specific workout periodically over the past few months. As a football fan, it’s a pretty fun workout. I may or may not pretend to have a football tucked under my arm running for my life from the Defense.
After 2 days of family, fun and lots of food (we could've fed a small nation with the amount of food consumed), it's time to get back on the bandwagon and start rebuilding myself to where I was a month ago. Last week I had my regular appointment with Dr. Eva, my chiropractor. I've been seeing for the past 18 months for ART, adjustments and well, running advice too since she's also a marathoner. She is the only medical professional who I felt that could give me a true assessment of my injury.
It's been a week since I last ran and my foot is still not feeling the greatest. Actually, both feet are not happy right now. The metatarsal area in my right foot that was bothering has improved and I do have a greater range of motion. But now the heel has started hurting. In addition, the bone inside of my left ankle is also acting up. I basically have a double limp going on.