Runnin’ no more?!

scanEven though I was beginning to feel the benefits of my summer training during the split sessions I started four weeks ago, my knee tendinitis struck again during the first series of 1000 meters at 3:30… Following the advice of my fellow Insee Paris Club runners, I then stopped the training and gave up the idea of running Argentan this year. I also checked with a sport doctor to understand about those repeated tendinitis and he diagnosed a sciatica and a lower spine disc protusion, confirmed by a scan… Although it seems to be highly frequent with runners, this is a major bummer, obviously, because I do not know how long this is going to take to heal and whether or not I will be able to do long distance runs any more.

6 Responses to “Runnin’ no more?!”

  1. […] local 5k, La Robinsonnaise, for the first time in a long while. Last year saw the beginning of my sciatica symptoms, while the year before that led to two broken fingers due to a fall during the recovery […]

  2. […] Not back from Argentan The half-marathon in Argentan took place yesterday and, out of sheer amasochism, I looked at the results of the first runners. This is more than frustrating as, even with my time from last year, I would have made it in the first ten V1’s (1:24;36) and before the first V2 (1:22:40)… But I have another month of complete rest from running before checking with the doctor whether or not I can run again. […]

  3. I’m so sorry, Xian. I hope you heal very quickly.

  4. Winston Wolf (Wish-to-be) Says:

    or you can try this:

  5. sale coup!!

    j’espere que tu vas vite recuperer… n’en profite pas pour ecrire 10 articles de plus par mois avec le temps degage… ;)

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