3 days, 18 juices, and nothing else. It wasn’t fun, but I survived my first (and probably last) juice cleanse, and lived to blog about it. Lots of my friends have been asking me how it worked and what I thought, so here is my official review.
With the Broad Street Run behind me, and a little bit of a lull before my NYC Marathon training starts, I figured now would be a perfect time to regroup myself and get my body healthy and ready for the next leg of training. I also wanted to see if I could drop a few of the pounds I’ve put on while not being able to work out due to my ankle injury. So I decided to try out a juice cleanse, and roped Jordan into it. Continue reading →
Last time I wrote about my injury, I had just been diagnosed with a torn muscle in my ankle, ordered to wear a brace for one month, and told not to do any physical activity putting weight on my foot. It was a long month. I tried to follow the doctor’s orders as best I could. I didn’t run, aside from two 5ks and a Half Marathon since I had already signed up for those and I am stubborn. My foot has been feeling fine and I haven’t been wearing the brace the last week or so.
I finally had my follow-up appointment on Wednesday, and the news wasn’t what I wanted to hear. Dr. K basically discussed what I need to do moving forward. He wants me to get custom-fitted orthotics for my shoes, which I really want to avoid. I have also been ordered to do six weeks of physical therapy, three times a week. I am still not allowed to do physical activity and have to wear the brace, unless my physical therapists evaluate me and determine otherwise. Continue reading →