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Tuesday, September 21, 2010
Three Miles, Beating the Pavement
I really wish I was back on the trails in the woods, but I can't make that happen everyday. I did three miles today in my neighborhood; however, I had set out to do four. I also had to walk for 0.2 miles and take a couple breaks. I don't know if this is from being tired from the big run on Sunday, or possibly from the chiropractor appointment yesterday. I noticed my left big toe knuckle on the ball of my foot and right calf were a little sore after my adjustment. This is normal, as my muscles and joints are going to work a little differently with my pelvis being properly aligned. It feels like my left toe knuckle is getting better, with only residual pain. The right calf is probably just muscles being used differently or stretched out after the adjustment and should calm down in a few days. I also noticed that I was running 10 min miles, which doesn't sound too good to me. I think I'm still beat from the run on the mountain, and hopefully, I will improve with the next run.