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PostPosted: Fri Dec 28, 2012 2:30 pm 
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went for a run on Christmas Eve, and got real bad knee pain about 2.5 mile into the run (i have been averaging 4 mile /3-4 x week). Still today it hurts to walk, cant bend it without pain, and the outer knee - the bone on the side of knee is extremely sensitive (very painful) to the touch.

This sucks....any ideas what it could be except my old age?


My guess is, it's one of these two.

Iliotibial band syndrome
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iliotibial_band_syndrome

Patellofemoral pain syndrome
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Patellofem ... n_syndrome

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BDB wrote:
went for a run on Christmas Eve, and got real bad knee pain about 2.5 mile into the run (i have been averaging 4 mile /3-4 x week). Still today it hurts to walk, cant bend it without pain, and the outer knee - the bone on the side of knee is extremely sensitive (very painful) to the touch.

This sucks....any ideas what it could be except my old age?


My guess is, it's one of these two.

Iliotibial band syndrome
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iliotibial_band_syndrome

Patellofemoral pain syndrome
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Patellofem ... n_syndrome


Thank you, sounds like the first one.


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BDB wrote:
turned2black wrote:
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went for a run on Christmas Eve, and got real bad knee pain about 2.5 mile into the run (i have been averaging 4 mile /3-4 x week). Still today it hurts to walk, cant bend it without pain, and the outer knee - the bone on the side of knee is extremely sensitive (very painful) to the touch.

This sucks....any ideas what it could be except my old age?


My guess is, it's one of these two.

Iliotibial band syndrome
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iliotibial_band_syndrome

Patellofemoral pain syndrome
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Patellofem ... n_syndrome


Thank you, sounds like the first one.

Take some time off, then try one of these:
http://www.runningwarehouse.com/descpage-ITBAND.html

You should be able to buy one at any sporting goods store.

And, if you are an overpronator, DON'T go out and buy a pair of "motion control" shoes.

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 Post subject: Re: The Work Out Thread
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I'm 6 ft, 200 pds.

I was 207 in college, then down to 187 three months later. It has been over two years, and now I'm 200. But I don't feel like I did in college. I feel great. Is it more muscle than fat now? I hope so.


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I Hail Randy Moss wrote:
I'm 6 ft, 200 pds.

I was 207 in college, then down to 187 three months later. It has been over two years, and now I'm 200. But I don't feel like I did in college. I feel great. Is it more muscle than fat now? I hope so.

Post a pic and we'll tell you.

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I Hail Randy Moss wrote:
I'm 6 ft, 200 pds.

I was 207 in college, then down to 187 three months later. It has been over two years, and now I'm 200. But I don't feel like I did in college. I feel great. Is it more muscle than fat now? I hope so.

Post a pic and we'll tell you.

seriously, pics or gtfo

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You've already posted one. What's another going to hurt?

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totally felt like crap today before cardio and was looking for any excuse to stop at halfway.


then from above came a sign....

yoga pants girl....

stretching in front of me....

780 cals down the drain

sorry, no pics :(

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I Hail Randy Moss wrote:
I'm 6 ft, 200 pds.

I was 207 in college, then down to 187 three months later. It has been over two years, and now I'm 200. But I don't feel like I did in college. I feel great. Is it more muscle than fat now? I hope so.


IHRM, if you are indeed 6' and 200 lbs., the future may not be kind to you. You should think about trimming down. Even if it is muscle, that shit will turn to fat after 35 unless you hit the gym daily. AZ winters are killer, try a trail run instead of a weights session at the gym.

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turned2black wrote:
I Hail Randy Moss wrote:
I'm 6 ft, 200 pds.

I was 207 in college, then down to 187 three months later. It has been over two years, and now I'm 200. But I don't feel like I did in college. I feel great. Is it more muscle than fat now? I hope so.


IHRM, if you are indeed 6' and 200 lbs., the future may not be kind to you. You should think about trimming down. Even if it is muscle, that shit will turn to fat after 35 unless you hit the gym daily. AZ winters are killer, try a trail run instead of a weights session at the gym.


Yeah but it's not really bulky muscle. It's more of a broad shouldered, Matt Damon in the Bourne movies kind of muscle. And I run 3 miles on the treadmill every work out. So stick to the running and cut the weight lifting? It's more conditioning than anything.


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turned2black wrote:
BDB wrote:
turned2black wrote:
BDB wrote:
went for a run on Christmas Eve, and got real bad knee pain about 2.5 mile into the run (i have been averaging 4 mile /3-4 x week). Still today it hurts to walk, cant bend it without pain, and the outer knee - the bone on the side of knee is extremely sensitive (very painful) to the touch.

This sucks....any ideas what it could be except my old age?


My guess is, it's one of these two.

Iliotibial band syndrome
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iliotibial_band_syndrome

Patellofemoral pain syndrome
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Patellofem ... n_syndrome


Thank you, sounds like the first one.

Take some time off, then try one of these:
http://www.runningwarehouse.com/descpage-ITBAND.html

You should be able to buy one at any sporting goods store.

And, if you are an overpronator, DON'T go out and buy a pair of "motion control" shoes.


Thanks a lot. i was looking around for braces....i assume i need this one that goes above the knee, not the one that goes below. I may try to get to fleet feet in the next day or two. Thanks for the help.


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Got in a 12 miler today. Brings my week total to 23 miles over three days. Hopefully, I can hit 30 on Sunday.

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i have been off since monday and figured it would be a bad week


but to my surprise, i hit 239 for a 3 lb loss for the week

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i have been off since monday and figured it would be a bad week


but to my surprise, i hit 239 for a 3 lb loss for the week


Nice, bro! You'll soon be thinner than Matt Damon/IHRM.

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turned2black wrote:
Peeps wrote:
i have been off since monday and figured it would be a bad week


but to my surprise, i hit 239 for a 3 lb loss for the week


Nice, bro! You'll soon be thinner than Matt Damon/IHRM.


It's just Matt Damon now.


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so doing the math its about every 4 days i am losing a lb. not a breakneck pace but i have to say i am more than happy with it.

by my 43rd i should be right around 225ish

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so doing the math its about every 4 days i am losing a lb. not a breakneck pace but i have to say i am more than happy with it.

by my 43rd i should be right around 225ish

:thumbsup: :thumbsup:

Keep up the good work, man. Super proud of you.

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Also, I hit a 7 miler today. So I did 30 miles two weeks in a row. Expected to have a slower week this week with the holidays and the booze and fucking cold and whatnot. Not too shabby. I think I'm way ahead of the game when it comes to my marathon training this sprint/summer.

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I walked just over two and a half miles of moderate terrain yesterday.

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