28 Sep '17, 12pm

How we celebrated + injury talk + we did not need this + a great tip.

How do you come back from injury without getting too frustrate? My biggest advice… come back SLOWLY. Do less than you think you should and if you are working with a doctor, absolutely 100% follow their instructions on your comeback. After my femoral stress fractures I thought it would be a good idea to jump up my mileage again quickly afterwards and what did that result in= a stress fracture in my tibia= even more time off. YOU WILL get frustrated (I promise.. we all do;) and you will feel like you could/should be doing more BUT learn from me and don’t let those things convince you to jump back into running quickly. It really depends on the injury but for ME I have done things like one mile every other day for a week or two and then gradually picking up my mileage from there. Talk to your doc/pt/coach to come up with a plan that gets you moving again but also keeps you fro...

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