Hello Mr. Rono.
Thanks for all your posting. I started running again in Jan. Iweighed 250 lbs,
I now weigh 220 . I like you just run for time.
I am 47 but think like im 30. Oh well i like to eat. and i like naps too.
Orville Atkins wrote:It was Ed Whitlock and his wife. I hope to see Ed, Rotich, Cheboiwyo, Brannen plus others in Cambridge, Ontario this Saturday.
When the hell has Skinnbones not put the hammer down? My world is rocked.
scotth wrote:Skinnbones wrote:You don't need to 'switch over' skinn, just keep showing up race day and keep things interesting & honest! I share your frustration (you found out what it was like to be stuck in the back) but we gotta figure out how to 'make things happen' in the races.
Managed to jump in a 50 mile bike race again this weekend and it went well. I don't think I'll be switching over - I can't get used to the fact that many, many guys can stay with the pack when there are clear fitness differences. Oh well. I had fun anyway.
OldSchooler - Last time it was my left foot with the PF. This time it's the right foot.
Last time, I was off for 5 months, tried everything, and finally eliminated the pain using exercises from Pete Egoscue's book Pain Free. I can't say whether I developed a heel spur, because I never got x-rayed. Since you can have heel spurs without pain (I have no pain in that foot at all anymore), I could have them now and not know it.
Unfortunately, my current PF is due to a misstep on a rock a week ago - not to an overuse syndrome. Therefore, the injury will have to do a little healing before Egoscue's exercises will do any good.
Henry - welcome to the thread. Most of us older guys have battled both weight and injuries (I had to lose almost 40 pounds myself last fall after a 5 month layoff). Hang in there, enjoy the good days, and keep us posted on how it goes!
Okay, talk to y'all again next Sunday!!
mike fanelli wrote:
When you mention Coach Mike in Abq, are you referring to Mr Mittelstadt?? (sp)