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 […]

Surrendering the Struggles

This week marks one month post-op from my hamstring surgery. Although the last four weeks have brought many positive break-through’s in my recovery, I can’t help but admit that some days haven’t been so easy. As much as I’d like to post the typical, uber-positive blog about how great things are coming along (which they are!) with gnarly […]

When Your Legs Don’t Work Like They Used To Before

Ed Sheeran is one of my favorite artists. Lately I’ve been obsessed with his song, “Thinking Out Loud.” I love this song for the adorable love song that it is, but every time I hear it I can’t help but think about how it relates to my running, or lack thereof. “When your legs don’t work like they used […]