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Birthday Run


I have read (on blogs and in other stories online) of runners that celebrate their birthdays  by going out and running their age in miles.  Well, I don’t think I am up to running 38 miles.. or even 38 kilometers.  

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Possibly waving goodbye to this years MCM.


I can track my annual running, on the injuries I received (pathetic I know.) Last year was my Plantar Fasciitis. The year before? Pulled Calf muscles. The year before? Hernia surgery (open, not laproscopic.) So why do I bring this

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The Plantar Fasciitis Trials – Part 3 – The Podiatrist


So.. Picking up where I left off on part 2 – Off to see the podiatrist. First, lets look at my thoughts/views/experiences regarding podiatrists.  I had never been to one (that covers experiences.) I love research, so I had googled

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The Plantar Fasciitis Trials – Part 2 – The pain.


To pick up where my story left off (while providing enough “Catch up” info for anyone that didn’t read part 1), I had stepped on a rather sharp rock in my worn-down (not that there is a whole lot to

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Taping Plantar Faciitis again.


So I pulled the tape off that I have had on my foot for 4 or 5 days.  The tape was not quite in the same shiny white condition it had been.  In fact,I think the technical term would be – nasty.  

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