Well, being fit and thin was fun for awhile.
It sucks to see it slip through my fingers.
Additionally, I’m the worst blogger ever.
A Racer ST 7 on the left and a GT-2000 v2 on the right. I just slipped them on, sockless, while running out the door. I was too distracted by the quarter moving around in my right shoe to notice the difference. Have I really been out of the game for that long?
Happy Monday, folks.
Tasty brunch today! (Look at all that green!)
Scrambled eggs (1 yolk/2 whites) with Swiss. Avocado on whole wheat English muffins. Salad of mixed greens with evoo and balsamic vinegar.
Then I ate 3 servings of blue corn tortilla chips. (Just don’t buy them, J! They’re too crunchy and salty to resist!!)
Trying to make good choices, but it’ll take some time to adjust.
Personally I’m letting this one pass by…but I’m running the NYC half in march and have no idea how the rest of training for that will go- or how much recovery I’ll need.
I hope your hip falls in line sooner rather than later. Fingers crossed for you!
ugh! being injured sucks. i’m considering even though my back is broken (not really), but want to do a half and see the kid. run/walk?
I hope your lower back stops hurting soon. Be careful (obviously)!
Honestly it sounds like you have been having problems for a while, so I might skip this year. : ( Being injured is the worst!
Blorp. You’re right.
I’m a little heartbroken and SUPER envious, but you are all right. Better to play it safe. There will always be races.
Registration opens tomorrow. I want to sign up, but I’m wary of signing up for anything while I’m still injured, despite it being >4 months away.
If you were me, would you go ahead and register, or would you let this one pass by?