feelin-great wrote:We got a couple of inches yesterday, but it melted before I was done with work. Then this morning we got another inch or so, but it melted pretty quickly again. I was not ready for snow, but I have to admit I had a smile on my face driving to work with the snow falling both days It is so pretty! I can assure you I won't be smiling come January though
fitoverforty wrote:Sorry your shins are still hurting you. I don't know what to suggest to help you. Icing is good, lots of stretches, every day, even on non running days. And of course check out your shoes - how many miles do you have on them already? Do you wear them only for running? Do you have a second pair to switch to, so each pair has a full day to rest & freshen back up (that may sound stupid, but there is merit to that) Put new inserts in if you haven't already. Warm up before you start running, do some jumping jacks, or walking, then stretch before you start the run, stop during the run and stretch a little - these are just ideas I'm throwing out there, I haven't researched them or anything. Hope they get better!
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