Monthly Rewind – February edition

Well, we’ve sprinted through another month, but before we look ahead, let’s put a wrap on this month.

Good things for the month:

  • Loving working with my new chiropractor.
  • After two weeks of following “no run” orders, I got in 3 pain-free miles on Saturday and am heading out this morning for another run today! Ending the month on a positive note!
  • Kept my 5-minute daily plank challenge going. I think this streak may continue into March!

Things I could do without:

  • You all have heard enough about my non-running, race-canceling woes so we’re not going to dwell here!
  • Saying goodbye to Trainer Stacy 🙁

On the decks for March:

  • Return to training. I’m working with my RC coaches now to map out a new plan. As long as I can string together a few more pain-free runs, I’ll be able to start training for Boston’s Run to Remember!
  • Consistent work with the chiro to make the return to training possible.
  • Challenge myself to try some new strength workouts and not slack!

How was your February?

I’m linking up with Erika, Marcia, and Patty for this week’s Tuesday on the Run – the topic this week is grading your month. 

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Comments

  1. Solid month, moving in the right direction, Michelle! A good chiro is worth it’s weight in gold! Glad you’re making good progress!
    Marcia recently posted…February Progress ReportMy Profile

  2. yay for pain free running! My foot is starting to feel better after running too. Hope to see you at the coffee date Saturday
    Deborah @ Confessions of a mother runner recently posted…Savory Sweet Potato Toast 2 WaysMy Profile

  3. At least you ended February on a high note, like you said. Great job on the 5 min plank challenge. I do not think I could do that. As I think 30 sec is way long!
    Lacey@fairytalesandfitness recently posted…Did the Love Run Out?My Profile

  4. I’m glad to hear you are on the road to recovery! It sucks not running but remember, I trained for Big Sur on little running! You can do it!
    Wendy@Taking the Long Way Home recently posted…The Power of Positive ThinkingMy Profile

  5. Sounds like more good than bad! Here’s hoping things keep improving for you.
    MCM Mama Runs recently posted…TOTR: Rating my February runningMy Profile

  6. I am so glad you have a great new chiro. I go to mine every 2 weeks and I swear to heaven he is a life saver.
    Abby @BackatSquareZero recently posted…Loving Lately – February 2017My Profile

  7. Yay to pain-free running! As for strength, I have to give a plug to QSFR. I found it helped so much to have a set plan and it only requires two days a week.
    Coco recently posted…Wrapping Up A Week With No RunningMy Profile

  8. Yay to running without pain! Hope you can continue so you can get back on a training plan.
    I too need to get back on strength training. It’s so important for runners to do.

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