Raise your hand if you have ever had a migraine in your life? It keeps you locked in a dark room, no noise for days at a time. I know many, if not all of you have had this happen at least once. A migraine can cause severe throbbing pain or pulsing sensation, usually on one side of the head. It’s often accompanied by nausea, … Continue reading Migraines, 90% of us suffer from them. Here’s an option to battle them.
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Last week was the first week in a while that I stopped going to physical therapy. It seemed that each time I went, it was doing more harm than good. I am aware that I am very unique and simple, traditional forms of therapy won’t work. Unfortunately, after much discussion, it seemed best that I no longer go. Every time I went, I ended up … Continue reading It’s just the beginning..
Chafing, a runner’s nightmare! EEK! Have you ever chaffed from running? In those hard to reach, or right in front places?? Luckily, I have never had any full-blown chafing just minor incidents. But let me share some tips with you so you prevent it from happening to YOU. What causes you to chafe? It is caused by repeated motion, such as, skin rubbing against loose fabric … Continue reading May your nipples bleed less than expected!
It’s time to talk shoes! Yes I love a good pair of running shoes. More specifically, ASICS. Which reminds me of the latest nickname you have come up with for me, the ASICS runner <3. And I truly appreciated you all lacing up your ASICS for me when I was in the hospital. It was a touching way to show your support for me and … Continue reading You had me at…ASICS
It’s the first day of June. We are already halfway done with the year. Crazy huh? That also means it’s Scoliosis Awareness Month. Every week I’ll post a Scoliosis related post across my social media accounts so make sure you are following. I want to bring awareness to this condition being that so many are shy or embarrassed by it. Therefore, not a lot of … Continue reading Scoliosis Awareness Month 2015
In running we find that sometimes we get injured. Sometimes we hurt in places where we didn’t know we could hurt! But here is a fairly common injury, the Achilles. When I ran the goofy challenge, it was one of new injuries I got. It hurt to put pressure on my heel and to flex it. Since then I was able to overcome the injury … Continue reading What a pain in the…heel?
Many of us have had cramps before. Not to be confused with side stitches. Even though side stitches pose similar symptoms they are not cramps. Side stitches are usually caused by improper breathing, or overstretching your diaphragm. Those can easily be taken care of my putting pressure on the side stitch while regulating your breathing. As far as what causes muscle cramps, it is debatable. … Continue reading Cramps explained
I know that many of you are dealing with, or know someone dealing with Scoliosis. It is one of the toughest things to go through. You can either be born with a twisted spine, or gradually develop it. It is more common in girls than in boys but if caught in the early stages it can be an easier fix. I know schools around the … Continue reading love, your twisted friend
I was recently sent a complimentary pair of shoes from ASICS. I already run in the ASICS GT-2000 and have been for years now. Thanks to ASICS for loving and following my blog they sent me a pair of Gel-Kayano 21 to take out for a run. One major thing that I noticed was the bounce back. It was an incredibly light form of support. … Continue reading “It’s like running on clouds.”