One mile

Hi! (short)

I want to celebrate that I finally ran 1.01mi non-stop and pain free. Yes… I’m so happy for this achivement. That injury took longer that I expected to recover but the wait worth it.

Patient is the key.

In another post I’m going to write about the stuff I did to recover.

 


Thanks for visiting!

C.P.

I risk it (short)

Hi!

After 4 months in recovery. For a twisted ankle that left with 3 swollen ligaments and effusion in the area just for a bad landing playing volleyball. Today I finally ran without any pain. This took a lot of patient of me. I felt very frustrated that it took so long. This run felt amazing it was just 0.51mi… But without pain this is goals. Recovery is important. I’m not sure if I can still play volleyball again yet but I’m sure that for running this is just the beginning. Back at it. I know is going to take time but I so happy and grateful be back slow and short pace and distance but for sure is more that stay at home with a brace and a elevated leg almost all day during long days, weeks and months…

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(this photo is my own from instagram)

Thanks for Visiting!

C.P.

6 is better than 0

Hi! (short)

The month of July was my new start again. I’m glad that I made that decision. I’m thankful that a least I can walk. Running is not in the near future, but I’m so focus on looking forward to that day, I dream and think all the time about is a little bit crazy… Can you relate? I also get a little bit sad of the fellow blogger or instagrammers that post the recent event/ race or the miles they ran. But is not a bad sad is more like I know I can do that but first is my health and it going to take time, you need to be patient.

In the month of July I walk 6.37 miles that wasn’t the goal but something is something right!

This month has been a lot of change in my life, and I need to adjust to them so I can include the walk (running in my mind) to the new schedule/routine.

Sometime we don’t realize or appreciate the ability of walk. Like someone say that I don’t know. -You need to learn how to walk before you run. So I want to take this opportunity to be grateful to have this two legs and that I can walk. I want to take the necessary time to heal and be to my 100% to do the best.

Heal is a process and this process take time.

Be Patient Catherine…

 


Thanks for visiting

C.P.