Hamstring Syndrome Surgery-A Runner’s 4-Year Struggle with Injury

For the last four years I’ve struggled with chronic high-hamstring pain. After trying endless treatments with no avail, I finally came across a condition known as “hamstring syndrome;” a chronic form of high hamstring tendinopathy that occurs when scar tissue builds up, irritating the sciatic nerve and hamstring insertion. Now that I’m 8-weeks post-op from hamstring syndrome surgery, I wanted to […]

Distractions

I’ve been meaning to write a blog for awhile now, but quite honestly I’ve been a bit distracted. I am the worst when it comes to distractions, whether its Twitter, Facebook, clicking on junk email or just zoning out like Walter Mitty. Distractions can sometimes be a good thing for a runner, especially when you […]

The Altitude Attitude

Two weeks ago I travelled to Albuquerque, New Mexico for the USA Indoor Track Championships. I was thrilled to compete since a month or two ago this meet was not even on my schedule. Indoor track, after all, is usually just a tune-up for the outdoor season. Not only that, but Albuquerque’s altitude is a […]

Running for the win?

You ever have one of those days when you wake up and you just gotta good feeling? Well, Saturday was one of those days, and although I had to wait around awhile before I even headed over to the track, I just kept telling myself, “This could be the day,” and then I thought, “No, […]