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Six Physio wrote (see)
....if you want a diagnosis, it sounds alot like plantar fasciitis. The cause is the key to getting you back running pain free, rather than just feeling better from run to run. Have a good look at the support your shoes give (or not!), was this a big increase in speed, distance or terrain? Any knee, hiop or back pain?
....if you want a diagnosis, it sounds alot like plantar fasciitis.
nothing different to the norm - my running shoes are about 3mths old and have been fine to date. i guessed it was PF related but always asumed that was something that built up over time rather than just springing up over night.
I know it's a week late! But I wondered if I could ask you something else in connection to my first question on knees as I've got myself into a bit of a mess. Also. good at cakes, rubbish at bread making, so a session on that would be good as well.
Anyway, back to knees. Have been for 2 four miles runs to start building it up again. left a day in between to rest. Yesterday the last mile felt very sore, so stopped . By the evening, there was bruising, like 2 finger marks on the outside of my knee! Pretty worried now, as it feels sore and I have a race on Sunday.
Help me OB1!
Trying to master the art of the muffin this week, going to give the beetroot and chocolate a go as recommended by the baking strand.
Just read your advise after a spinning session. Oh well, rest from now.
Thank you for that, I was having a bit of a panic, feeling more relieved. Small steps, gotcha.