We finally had a cold front move in on Dallas and Friday morning was the first "low tire pressure" warning. This won't be the first time I get that this Fall. It happens quite often because of the temp swings. It was 55 degrees Saturday morning and I couldn't pass up a run. I ended up doing 2.28 miles, not knowing I miscounted the laps on the track. When I left the track to jog to my car in the parking lot, I thought I was finishing up 2 miles. I found out my leg isn't ready for banked surfaces because I did have a quick, sharp twinge in my knee, but I was at my car. When I looked at my phone, I was at 2.28 miles. OK, time to look for a GPS watch. Any suggestions?
Overall, even with the twinge, it was a better run. I did have discomfort but I was able to push through without worrying it would escalate. My outer quad near my knee was tight when I got home, so after icing I tackled it with my foam roller and lacrosse ball. When I was using the lacrosse ball, there was a spot I was massaging and a nerve sensation was at the pain site. Obviously there is some connection between the pain site and that one spot.
Sunday: 1.75 miles
Saturday: 2.28 miles, leg Pilates