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Activity and Granddaughters Update

Wednesday, June 19, 2013

I've been taking granddaughter Natalie, 6 year old kindergarten completer, to gymnastics day camp each weekday morning since school was out. Some days her sister Gwen, 2.5 years, and I have played in the playground (Peterson Park or YMCA) or on the basketball court before she goes to the Y nursery while I workout. One day last week Gwen and I swam at the Y and she wants to do it again, so we will. We spend the afternoons at home; sometimes she splashes in our play pool; sometimes we run/walk down our street or ride her tricycle in the driveway. She's not taking naps these days, but we do have some quiet time, usually with stories.

Yesterday Natalie had a mishap. She had a collision with a child in gymnastics, got a cut on her eyebrow, and had to go get it glued (not stitches - they glued it!) So I thought I might have her all day today, but she was feeling good and went back to gymnastics camp today. I don't think it is even going to leave a scar.

I run my two weekday runs often at the Y on the treadmill and on Saturdays I do the Galloway run outside, at least that's the way it worked last year. This Saturday my nephew will be running a 5K and I hope to get my run in and still see him finish. Yesterday I ran and today I did an elliptical workout. I'm eating pretty good right now and not stressing about it.

Well, there's my update. Hope everyone is having a healthy, active, and happy day!!

  
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RUNNERRACHEL 6/20/2013 11:38PM

    emoticon You sound like you're enjoying your summer! emoticon emoticon

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WATERMELLEN 6/20/2013 7:56AM

    Love your flexible approach to working your fitness in and around your GD duties . . . and setting such a good example for them too!!

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_LINDA 6/20/2013 1:25AM

    That is fantastic your grandchildren are keeping so active! Great influence from Granny? I have never heard of glue before -sounds wonderful and painless too! Glad she felt well enough to get back into it right away -tough stuff!
Nice to hear you are comfortable with how things are going with your training and eating! Keep up the awesome work!!

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DESERTJULZ 6/20/2013 12:20AM

    Spending time with grandkids is the best!

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BOOKAPHILE 6/19/2013 11:11PM

    You're such a great example of a healthy lifestyle for those kids! Doesn't it just twist our insides when our little ones get hurt? I'm glad she is bouncing back so quickly.

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COCK-ROBIN 6/19/2013 9:03PM

    Have a great day!

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ONEKIDSMOM 6/19/2013 7:54PM

    Good job... a balanced, active life, full of love and gratitude. You've got this down, Marsha!

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PMFISH 6/19/2013 6:51PM

    So happy for you! Nothing better than being able to enjoy the grands and having all that energy. Always a delight to read your blogs.

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FROSTY99 6/19/2013 6:45PM

    emoticon job getting in your workouts while taking care of the GD's. Hope all heals well and she doesn't have a scar.

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MEXGAL1 6/19/2013 4:28PM

    sorry about the little one's boo boo. That is amazing that they glue things now. technology continues to improve.

I must say though that now that I have had a set back, I am jealous of the time you get to spend with your grandkids and how you feel well and can run. I am so frustrated and so worried that I won't be well enough to travel to Disney World with the family. I just want to be healthy!

I am happy for you though. So lucky you are healthy.
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Sallie

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NATPLUMMER 6/19/2013 3:37PM

    Lots going on.

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AQUAGIRL08 6/19/2013 3:28PM

    I'm glad Natalie is okay! I hope you and Gwen enjoyed the pool. My daughter comes in tonight to stay for a week. Maybe we'll see you at the Y.

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JOYINKY 6/19/2013 1:43PM

    You juggle a LOT and you juggle it WELL! Plus, you are introducing your granddaughters to an active, healthy lifestyle at an early age. It's all good!
Glad Natalie is on the mend already and wanted to go back to camp. Kids heal so fast! I didn't realize glue had become common; I'm still mentally in the tape era. :)

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REFFIE1 6/19/2013 12:59PM

    Ah, you are so great to take such good emoticon care of your granddaughters. I have never experienced the glue thing instead of stitches. You are also taking great care of yourself which is so important. Keep up the fabulous work.

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LIVE2RUN4LIFE 6/19/2013 12:40PM

    Glue is really common now -- no stitches to leave marks! I just got two new kittens and they glued their incisions from neutering. I guess we've all had experience with just how well super glue bonds to skin.
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Running Predictions

Sunday, June 16, 2013

According to Jeff Galloway's miracle mile formula, my recent mile run time of 9:25 predicts I should run a 5K in 30:54. If I use my best ever mile time of 8:47 that predicts a 5K time of 28:56. But in mid-April I ran a 5K in 27:33, considerably faster than predicted.

My recent time predicts a 10K time of 1:07, but my April time was 1:01, decidedly faster than predicted.

My recent time predicts a half marathon time of 2:28. My one and only half marathon I ran in 2:37, slower than predicted.

What does this mean? I should be able to run a faster mile. I'll try. And I have a real shot at a personal record in my half marathons coming up in November and
February.

  
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AQUAGIRL08 6/19/2013 3:23PM

    Wow! It's interesting to know how "high tech" running is getting. I think that the one thing that any formula doesn't figure in is your drive to beat your previous time. The projections assume that you will always run at similar rates but knowing that humans can compete against their own times means that projections can only predict a range of times. You are doing a great job!

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MARGARITTM 6/19/2013 11:27AM

    Check with VDOT - bing/google will give you a better #

Also check out WAVA plug in your last 5k

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NATPLUMMER 6/17/2013 3:42PM

    I think the Magic Mile is most useful to get your long run speed.
Remember you ran your most recent MM in heat and humidity that were not there when you ran your fastest 5K and 10K races. It's natural to slow down a bit in warmer and more humid conditions.

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BROOKLYN_BORN 6/17/2013 11:43AM

    Thanks for sharing this. I wasn't aware of this formula. Got to do some calculations. (More serious training wouldn't hurt either)

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MEXGAL1 6/17/2013 9:46AM

    Hum, that is pretty telling... for me though I think I would just be so delighted to complete the distance...not sure I would get into the time factor. You sure sound like a true runner with all this. Good for you Marsha.
You go girl!

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GABY1948 6/17/2013 9:20AM

    I never realized what a defined science running is! GO, Marsha!

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TRAVELGRRL 6/17/2013 8:27AM

    I am looking forward to getting as involved in running as you are! Unfortunately it is not in the cards right now. I did order a couple of Jeff's books that should be waiting for me when we get home in two more weeks. There is a half marathon training group in my town that starts mid-July, but I would have to miss 6 sessions (including a stretch of 4 weeks in a row), so I decided not to do it this year. emoticon

Keep up the good work! It's great to always have a goal ahead of you!

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WATERMELLEN 6/17/2013 7:50AM

    Adrenalin! And: optimism!!

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JOYINKY 6/17/2013 6:08AM

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NEW-CAZ 6/17/2013 2:52AM

    I'm sure you'll keep pushing and improving on your PB Marsha, you are amazing! emoticon

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JUNEPA 6/16/2013 10:44PM

    Jeff says to look at the last 4 magic miles and take the average of the best three.

Are you basing your expectations on your fastest magic mile, and how long ago did you run it?

You are doing awesome, not wanting to sound negative but sharing what I know.

In my case my 5k is slower than predicted from my magic mile times and my HM time is right on.

It may be that your body is more of a sprinter, plus, Jeff's predictions are averages and not always bang on but give good training pace information.

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LIVE2RUN4LIFE 6/16/2013 10:09PM

    One other observation. You can also use a 5K race to predict race times for longer distances. Your 5K PR (27:33) corresponds to a 8:20 MM in Jeff's calculator and a half marathon race pace of 10:00 /mi (2:11 race time) and a training pace of 11:50 /mi (2:35 elapsed time).

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IAMWINNING 6/16/2013 8:31PM

    Gee, Marsha. I think I'd just be happy to run - forget how fast! LOL You are doing such a super great job, and obviously enjoy it. emoticon emoticon

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MSLZZY 6/16/2013 8:16PM

    I can see that happening! You are amazing!

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LIVE2RUN4LIFE 6/16/2013 8:16PM

    How many Magic Miles have you run? There is a skill involved as well as a fitness component that you will get better at as you do them.

It takes a while to learn how to pace a really fast mile. Two problems are common. First, going out too fast at the beginning and running out of gas before the end. Second, if you (your brain, really) aren't used to running at really high heart rates, you can have just the opposite of the first problem and run too conservatively (I suspect that is your situation).

Since the longer the distance, the harder it is to actually achieve a peak pace predicted by a mile time trial, it's not surprising that you would overachieve (according to the MM) on a 5K but still under achieve on the potential half marathon time. The 5K is much closer to the mile in distance and requires similar stamina, so if your mile time is actually slower than your real potential, you'd expect to see that in a 5K. I've been training hard for several years now, and still have not achieved either my potential Half time or Marathon time. I've come closer with the half.

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COCK-ROBIN 6/16/2013 8:13PM

    Go for it!

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New Shoes and New Group

Saturday, June 15, 2013

Thanks for your help and suggestions regarding my toe issue. Yes, my second toe is slightly longer than my big toe. I also have two huge bunions so I am difficult to fit, but I did buy new shoes today at our local running store. I had to wait about 45 minutes to get the most knowledgeable salesperson. (Last time I was served by a new clerk and that might have been part of my problem.) Unfortunately the shoes that best fit my bunion and have the best toe box for my foot are then too wide in the heel and flop when I run even when the shoe is specially laced. So I got a compromise pair, bigger in the toe box than what I've been wearing, but still narrow enough that it doesn't flop on my heel. They were more expensive, too. Fingers are crossed that they will serve me better, especially while this toe heals.

I did my first training run of the season with my Galloway group this morning, starting at 6am, in my old shoes. I was a little disappointed that I ran my "miracle mile" in 9:25. That is better than last year's 9:44, but far off my recent best mile of 8:47. It was very humid and a bit hot, but the weeks I had to take off due to injury are probably the reason I didn't do as well as I had hoped.

However, it appears to me it really isn't going to matter this year. We have a total of 9 training groups, 3 of which are "half marathon time improvement" groups. (The other groups are slower "to finish" groups or are training for full marathons.) I was placed in the middle of the half marathon improvement groups, but all 3 improvement groups ran the same route. We were told if we felt bad and wanted to drop back to the last group or felt strong and wanted to catch up to the first group we could. Well, after about a mile and a half I was feeling strong and caught up to the first group and finished strong. So this year I'll be able to run at precisely the pace that is right for me on that particular day. I'm excited about that!!


  
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GABY1948 6/17/2013 9:19AM

    Well done! I feel for you with your bunions...I had bunions my whole life but about 5 years ago an awesome doctor took care of them and revamped them totally...removing bone to straighten the feet out...but I'm sure you wouldn't go through it because for a few months you are truly laid up...though it wasn't as bad as I thought it would be. GLAD you are running again!

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STRIVER57 6/16/2013 1:37PM

    good to hear that the group went well. and hope the shoes work out!

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IFDEEVARUNS2 6/16/2013 11:37AM

    Sounds great! You're lucky to have that option.

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DESERTJULZ 6/16/2013 10:13AM

    Ah yes. I have wide feet with a long second toe as well. Finding the right shoes usually takes me at least an hour at a sports shoe store. The knowledgeable clerk is definitely worth the wait!

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MEXGAL1 6/15/2013 9:29PM

    Woo hoo
totally awesome.

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AQUAGIRL08 6/15/2013 9:28PM

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MANDELOVICH 6/15/2013 9:24PM

    Sounds great to me!

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MIRAGE727 6/15/2013 7:20PM

    Resolution is a good thing, Marsha! I've decided on a Zen approach to my run & speed. Using my Pace method, and getting comfy with it has me adding speed and I don't feel any extra effort. Strange animal, this thing called running.
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I've also found that through my lacing, in the past, I've brought my shoes to a comfortable fit. I'm using "Lock Laces" now and have found them most effective. They are also excellent for me to slip on during a Tri transition. I will never lace my shoes again. The bottom line is we all have to find what works for us, without risk of injury. THAT's my prime objective. Enjoy your run!
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COCK-ROBIN 6/15/2013 7:14PM

    I'm proud of you!

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NATPLUMMER 6/15/2013 7:08PM

    Heat and humidity are going to have an effect on your magic mile time.

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WATERMELLEN 6/15/2013 6:33PM

    So glad that you got the new shoes!! Hope that they take care of the toe problem for you.

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BOOKAPHILE 6/15/2013 6:04PM

    Enjoy your group(s) and the new shoes. May it all come together for improved times and enjoyment!

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LIVE2RUN4LIFE 6/15/2013 4:16PM

    I am curious how you determine what is the "right pace for [you] on that particular day."

I hope the shoes work out. I have a very narrow heel, too; in fact, narrow feet (AA feet, AAAA heels). Nevertheless, my running shoes are a full size larger than my street shoes. I have found a way to lace them so that my foot does not slide down into the shoe (that was why I was having toe nail issues for a while.)

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NEW-CAZ 6/15/2013 4:01PM

    emoticon hope the new shoes work out for you!

Have a great weekend

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MJREIMERS 6/15/2013 3:30PM

    Way to go!!! I think your time was very good considering your toe. Good luck with the new shoes!!!!

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FROSTY99 6/15/2013 3:16PM

    Shoes are the foundation to make this work-hoping these are just what you need.

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GOLFGMA 6/15/2013 2:38PM

    Glad you found a good fit in the shoes. Hope they make the difference you're looking for.

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DONNABRIGHT 6/15/2013 2:31PM

    Hoping the shoes work out for you!

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BROOKLYN_BORN 6/15/2013 2:31PM

    I hope the shoes solve your problem. I am SO envious of your access to running groups.

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ONEKIDSMOM 6/15/2013 2:21PM

    Sounds like the training groups are working out perfectly for you. Good luck with the new shoes. emoticon

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2WHEELEDSHARON 6/15/2013 2:21PM

    I hope you don't mind me pointing out that doing a 9:25 mile, especially after injury recovery IS pretty darn close to a miracle! No reason to stop kissing your studly calves;)
I'm crossing my fingers for the shoes to work well for you.


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Endorphins, a Mixed Blessing

Thursday, June 13, 2013

Monday when I ran it felt so good. It had to be an endorphin rush. A few minutes after I was done, though, the second toe on my left foot started throbbing. I did not feel any problem at all during the run. If it wasn't for the endorphins I probably would have felt it and fixed it. I suppose without the endorphins few of us would want to run, though! I messed up. That is the toe nail that turned black after my January 2011 10K. The toe nail had grown out and looked almost normal, just a little thick. I believe it was a little too long and a little too rough and rubbed on my shoe and caught on my sock, causing the problem. I ran again today and again it really didn't bother me during the run, but now it looks and feels like I have a blister under my toe nail. Oh, well, this too will pass. It really is a little, little problem and one I don't think will interfere with running.

On a very positive note, my glute and back issue seems much better after my sports massage therapy session yesterday.

And another very positive note, we had a great local SparkTeam dinner this eve at a seafood restaurant I'd never been to before, but definitely will go to again. The company was fantastic. We enjoyed the food and the people very much.


  
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AQUAGIRL08 6/14/2013 10:43PM

    We enjoyed the team dinner too! That restaurant is one of our favorites and it is so close to our house too!

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MEXGAL1 6/14/2013 4:27PM

    Glad to hear you are back to running....sorry about the feet stuff.
I too have feet stuff going on and have to wrap band aides on two of my toes now as the arthritis has my toes crossing over each other. I know I will have to get an operation on them some day so I can continue to walk but I am holding off as long as I can.
Have a terrific week end.
Sallie

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MARGARITTM 6/14/2013 3:45PM

    Good luck all the advise seems to be good here.

I am steadily going up in size - good grief will be like a clown soon (no offense to clowns..........although they are weird)

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GABY1948 6/14/2013 12:37PM

    I agree with the others and it would be nice if it is just your shoe size or sock thickness. I have many foot problems and have had MANY surgeries so as I read this I could "feel" it with you! Hope you have as great a weekend as you did a night with your spark buddies!

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STRIVERONE 6/14/2013 12:35PM

    I have tried several products on my toes (usually a case of shutting the barn door after the horse gets out) but for me Asics Chafe Free Original has worked very well at preventing toenail blisters from getting worse.

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2WHEELEDSHARON 6/14/2013 10:44AM

    I was wondering about the right shoe size too. Have you ever been fitted at a running shoe store? Now that you ARE an athletic runner, I thought it might be something for you to consider if you haven't already.
Dinner sounds wonderful! Yay for fun:)

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MSLZZY 6/14/2013 7:23AM

    Take good care of your toe. It could be the shoe is a little too small or your socks are too bulky and bunched up. But you still did great!

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JOYINKY 6/14/2013 7:22AM

    Lots of good advice here from your runner friends! Even walking I've had to up my shoe size and be sure to keep those nails trimmed. Be well.

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MIRAGE727 6/14/2013 7:08AM

    I totally agree that your shoe is too small, Marsha. It might be time to get refitted with a gait analysis.
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ONEKIDSMOM 6/14/2013 6:29AM

    Patience. Love those endorphins, but can lead to just this kind of thing. Sounds as though you are taking it in stride though... heal on! And spark a bit, too. emoticon

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NEW-CAZ 6/14/2013 2:36AM

    Sounds painful Marsha, glad you enjoyed the run though!

I got back on my bike yesterday after a spell away due to decorating and not being able to get to it in the muddle, and it felt A-MA-ZING!

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_LINDA 6/14/2013 2:24AM

    Is your second toe longer than your big toe? My Mom has that problem. You really have to make sure the toe box has enough room to accommodate it.. Have you ever been fitted by a professional running store for shoes? You are doing everything you can to improve your times, skill etc., maybe this is one more area to look at.. Toe issues take a long time to heal as the nail grows so slowly...
I have had to have blood blisters popped. My podiatrist as had many a mess to clean up, but its because the one toe stands up, a botched surgery, not because my shoes don't fit properly.
Keep on enjoying those endorphins and have a Fantastic Friday!

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COCK-ROBIN 6/13/2013 11:07PM

    Take good care of that foot! You're doing great!

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UZA77777 6/13/2013 9:35PM

    Such lovely positive energy thrown in to offset that not-so-great... and yes, it could be the toe of your shoe is too narrow. Or an ingrown toe nail (I've had that happen). In any case, what a fantastic habit to find two good things to say for every not-so-great thing. Whether it was intentional or not, I like that! And think I will borrow the idea.

The Posture Doctor (Dr Paula Moore) recommends Vibrams Toe Shoes... ever tried? for running? I do not even jog and have never attempted wearing toe shoes of any kind--including ballet shoes ;) --so cannot give firsthand advise there but remember her YouTube video on this subject. Are you acquainted with her at all? I have a lot of body issues so I look for help wherever I can get it....

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WATERMELLEN 6/13/2013 9:06PM

    Here's hoping that the toenail problem subsides -- worth attending to!

Endorphins would be illegal if they could be bottled and sold!

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SANDICANE 6/13/2013 8:36PM

    Endorphins = free "feel good" drugs! You gotta love them!

Cheers,
Sandi

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LIVE2RUN4LIFE 6/13/2013 8:35PM

    Your shoes are too small.

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Loose and Pain-Free

Wednesday, June 12, 2013

The sports massage was an intense and wonderful experience. Wow, do I feel loose and pain-free right now. I can see why so many people highly recommended this massage therapist; he seemed very knowledgeable and caring. I'm going to walk today to give this treatment a full chance to work. I'll run tomorrow. Saturday I'm hoping to do a fairly fast "miracle mile" in order to get put in a faster Galloway group.

I've had a couple of good eating days in a row and plan to keep building this streak! Funny, but my body doesn't want to overeat right now. Is this me?? Don't know what's going on, but I hope this is my new normal.

Wishing everyone an active, happy, loose and pain-free day!!

  
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AQUAGIRL08 6/14/2013 10:40PM

    I am so glad that you got some relief! I could tell by the smile on your face that you were feeling a lot better.

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EATVEGAN 6/13/2013 2:13AM

    Glad you're feeling so well. This looks really inspirational.

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WATERMELLEN 6/12/2013 9:40PM

    Sounds wonderful.

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ONEKIDSMOM 6/12/2013 7:01PM

    emoticon I am cheering you on! And just a tad jealous of the massage!

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GRANDMABABA 6/12/2013 6:43PM

    Awesome!

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MEXGAL1 6/12/2013 5:02PM

    sounds wonderful to me...so glad you tried it and got good results. I have been told by my doctors with the RA I should get therapeutic massages as well. I think I will look into it when I get back from Florida.
Have a great evening Marsha.

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    Wonderful!

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    Yay!

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PMFISH 6/12/2013 12:35PM

    Nothing better than a great massage therapist.

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MANDELOVICH 6/12/2013 12:20PM

    Yay! Enjoy!!

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LIVE2RUN4LIFE 6/12/2013 11:59AM

    Glad to hear that it was a good experience. Be sure to drink plenty of fluids today.

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