Friday, August 13, 2010

Injury update...

In case anyone was wondering I believe I might have just self-diagnosed my random leg injury...

It's my sartorius!!!

Look at how that bastard wraps from hip across the quad and groin and down to the inner knee...  I hope I'm right because it would totally explain why my hip, groin, quad, and inner knee are all randomly tight or sore all the time...  now let's hope I can find some info on rehabbing it!

Also, I've ran 3 times so far this week; a 5 miles, and two 3 milers... not exactly the kind of mileage that will allow me to competatively complete a marathon in less than 2 months, but at this point I'm happy to be doing anything...

Finally (and completely off topic), the Cardinals are playing the Cubs tonight so in honor of that I'll leave with this Cubs fan hat fail... yep, that's a typical Cubs fan for ya...

12 comments:

  1. Based on the picture above I think your problem may stem from the lack of muscles and skin on your lower body. I think you may have taken the weight-loss too far. Protein shakes - stat!

    Glad to see that you're back to running. Downtime is maddening.

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  2. Okay I had a comment re: injury but that hat photo is toooooooooooo awesome.

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  3. Blinded by his own doucheyness.

    Just keep running through the injury. That's what all the good runners do. Cheers!

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  4. Does not sound fun, nor is it one I've heard of before. Hope you can get over it quickly.

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  5. Hat Fail - LOL! Is your leg pain any better, or about the same now?

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  6. web diagnosis is the BEST. Drs are just going to tell you to rest anyway

    That picture would only have been better if it would have been an upside down and backwards visor. The sun never sets on cool ethan.

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  7. LOL - but you've gotta love cubs fans - they're a lot like Toronto Maple Leaf fans.

    Dr. Google is free ... but he goes down sometimes with a 404 - page not found.

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  8. Hahaha...Stupid Cubs fans.

    GO CARDS!!!!

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  9. Hey, hope you are right. 99% of the problem is figuring out what the problem is to fix it. Chicago Marathon, hope you can attend, and that your running has not suffered too much. When you go, see if you can get a shout out to Liz Yelling for me.

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  10. dang why haven't i thought to wear my hat like this?!?

    i am a big supporter of self-diagnosis. webmd should practically be my homepage.

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  11. Thanks for sharing your thought about injury, this is very informative.

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