|Too much speed = Injuries 4 me|
I see alot of injury posts lately, luckily most of which disappear in a few days. There is a common theme among the tri-blogs - PANIC! When the pain is still there in the morning it seems the majority of us tend to freak out as to whether it will impact the training schedule. The unkown - we all fear it - 'How long is this injury going to last?!!?!!' and 'What the heck is causing it?!?!?!' Scary stuff.
The other neat part of the story was that most are not truly injuries. Discomfort, pain, tweak, inflamed blah blah blah it will all likely disappear in 48hrs so the world is not going to end for you. Dont throw a wrench into a training plan for these phantom injuries. If you keep stopping for the mildest of things - how will you test your limits? How will you learn about your body? Pushing the boundries is key to improvement. Just shut up and run, ride, swim.
|No Hope for me lol|
We spent the rest of the evening curled up on the couch watching season 2 of Chuck. That run combined with the early morning killer ride made for an extremely exhausting day. Again, I slept like a baby.
Garmin data didn't upload. I'll get it up tomorrow.
Garminconnect SUCKS SUCKS SUCKS lol