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I certainly feel your pain Seduction. I know what you are going through. I would not have the surgery either. But, the orthotic pads from the orthopedic surgeon might provide some relief. That is the next best thing. Hang in there!

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Both, hubby and I suffer form it. Hubby is nursing this agony for year number 3. He had 3 shots thus far and wont have anymore.

I am not planning on having any. The pain is constant, though at times worse. So bad at times that I literally drag my foot behind me.

Surgery is just not something that either of us is interested in.

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Seduction, I have plantar fascitis also, and have had cortisone shots too. They hurt like hell. If you have too much cortisone over time, they can break down tendons, and cause them to rupture. This happened to a family member who has this also. I went to a orthopedic surgeon who fitted me with shoe orthotic pads, which is a tremendous help. But when I get a bout of PF twice a year or so, I just have to deal with it, as uncomfortable as it might be.

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FB- have a big pole training thing this week-end with some championship winning polers from the US and Australia and my body just feels weak.

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Plantar fasciitis is going to be the end of me. I refuse refuse cortisone shots. But the pain is awful. I stretch all the time. Its been over six months now. It sucks.

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Congrats SVC on finishing your first Full Marathon!!! Really cool to get that first one under your belt. Quick recovery! It took us about 3 full weeks to get our complete strength back. They say the key to marathon running is MATCHING your two halves. Like 2:25 and 2:25 would break the 5 hour mark next time. Good going and good luck!

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Re-reading marathon advice that was posted here.

Started with the goal 11:30 mile pace (since my training was so limited - my longest pre-marathon jog was only 8 miles). Was actually on a 11:00 pace the first 10k without trying, just a nice easy jog. Hit the half at 2:28 and then I messed up. Walked for 1 mile and that was my undoing. So hard to get back into the jog pace. At the 17 mile did the same thing (walked a mile). After that I limited my walks to just at the water stations. The last quarter mile was probably the hardest - I thought we were heading straight to the finish (I could see the tents as we came into the base) but instead we had to jog around a big grass area (like running around a track).

Ended up with 5:22 (not bad for first marathon with minimal training). Difficult walking down stairs that afternoon. Went for a little walk through the woods behind our friend's home (maybe couple miles). A little sore the next morning going down the stairs again. And after that, nothing. Not sore. Went back to Crossfit on Tuesday. Very surprised at not being sore.

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strained something ever so slightly getting in the seated press. not enough to hurt but enough to annoy.

also the directives for the 10K squats challenge I'm currently working are a bit erratic. how do they go from 4 x 50 to 5 x 30 to 6 x 20?

geez.

I did 5 x 20 & 1 x 60.

cause I just *know* they're gonna build it back up to sets of 50.

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No, I've not done a full marathon. I occasionally will do a 5k go a cause. I'm not a runner :). I lift.

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Old fashion lifting, meaning heavy compound exercies is the only way to go I say. Deadlifts, squats, clean and press and some kind of bench for chest. Mental toughness that comes from having a high pain threshold developed from weight lifting is probably what got your husband to the finish line. I still start out to quick in the first half of the marathon. Shit can't hold it back and I fade in the second half. I got way out in front of the 3:30 pacer, basically with the 3:15 guy, hoping to give myself some cushion, but it was burning me up and by the 19th mile 3:30 pacer passed me and I had to start walking. Finished in 3:58, but was pure torture. Shit, had to be pretty much carried to the med tent. Dehydrated and was totally starving! STARVING. Kinda freaky, my whole body felt like it was shutting down after I crossed the finish line. Will eat rice and potatoes for breakfast NOT just cereal next year and will not start out too fast. Was the total experience fun? Yes! Have you ever did one SED?

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