musculArgirl2 wrote:Maybe you could try running outside when your shin feels better and see how that feels.
feelin-great wrote:The problem is that I leave in the morning when it is dark out and when I get home it is dark out - I am not comfortable running in the dark - darn fall/winter! As for the inserts, I can't stand having them in my shoes. They drive me insane! On a good note, the shin pain isn't quite as bad as it has been in the past so the incline is definitely helping. Now hopefully that mixed with a different pair of shoes will help even more I am hopeful
feelin-great wrote:I only lost .4 this week. I worked my tush off this week, harder than I have in a looooonnnnng time, but I can't really complain. I had a disagreement with a box of Girl Scout cookies this weekend - apparently I didn't like what they had to say so I ate them I am pretty sure I have mentioned this in the past - Girl Scout cookies are my greatest nemesis... I need to learn to get past it and not gorge myself on them.
Boss Man wrote:Of course you might look a bit mental, remonstrating with a box of cookies in a supermarket
amatlack wrote:Are you taking in any caffeine? Or supplements that have things like "green tea extract"? They can cause tachycardia, or sometimes skipped beats, which doctors will tell you is nothing to worry about but which feel like your heart is going to explode.
I once wore a 24-hour heart monitor and had continuous episodes throughout the day. Doctor said nothing to worry about (you are technically only supposed to worry if those "flutters" last for longer than a minute or if you feel faint). I cut out all caffeine (including green tea; I now have decaf green tea every morning) and they went away. They come back only if I have things with caffeine (like decaf coffee or lots of chocolate).
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