I never learn my past mistakes and heed to the lessons learned I have been repeatedly writing on this blog. I am simply stubborn!
I should have recovered from my latest adventure run for at least 4-6 weeks due to the injury I incurred on my left knee. But I was not able to control my urge to run on this particular place.
For a clear description of the trail and park, please visit Leor Pantilat’s blog.
A distance of 40 kilometers, 20K on paved road and 20K on mountain trail, for six hours made me limped towards the end of the run. Because of this run, my recovery was disrupted and I am back to square one! However, I am back to my rehab activities.
My mantra during the rehab period is PATIENCE!!!
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nice one sir jovie. praying for your fast recovery. God bless.
I know the feeling… Recovery is always the toughest part of training for any runner 🙂
Very nice/beautiful and inviting indeed! BR, gather all your patience and don’t be hardheaded. The place will still be there. BR, you have many more years for running. Take care and enjoy your stay.
Sir, patience sir. once we were younger and we easily heal. pero ngayon eh matagal-tagal dahil bumabagal na rin ang aking katawan. Remember once upon a time we run around del pilar-voa-john hay-military cut-off road-kennon road-airport road-del pilar in black converse shoes without hydrating. Those were the days sir! Since you are in vicinity of the our neck of the wood eh baka ok ka na dito – Snoqualmie Pass to North Bend, WA Sunday July 24, 2011 7:00 & 8:00 AM start http://www.littlemarathon.com/Tunnel/default.asp. I try next year because will be doing my nursing clinicals around this time.
Nice! Plan to have a race eventon this place?? 🙂 Hoping its sunday run! 🙂