29 Jan '18, 6am

2018 Running Goals: Cortney Comes Back—From Burst Appendix! https://t.co/tEp08gGs5O

2018 Running Goals: Cortney Comes Back—From Burst Appendix! https://t.co/tEp08gGs5O

Note: This is our fourth (and last) in our 2018 Running Goals Series. Missed the other posts? Grab them . Live—and run—long enough, and you’re going to face a setback. (And probably more than one. Sorry.) Cortney Sloan’s appendix burst in August. Yikes! “Sudden,” in her words. “Not so much fun.” For four weeks, Cortney couldn’t exercise at all. Stitches holding her incision together meant no swimming. The communications manager at the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine (cool job!) had to stay home from work for two weeks lying on the couch. Memorial Day race with adorable Elliot, age 5. When her doctor finally gave her the okay to exercise again, she spent two to four weeks of run/walking no more than 3 miles at a time. Which is exactly the way anyone who is forced to take time off for injury, illness, whatever, SHOULD return, but as we all know, bei...

Full article: https://anothermotherrunner.com/2018/01/28/running-goals/

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