Decided to start a new thread for a new season(hopefully). Last year was terrible and will explain later.
History as of now:
H.S. Freshman Year(2007):
H.S. Sophomore Year(2008):
H.S. Junior Year(2009):
H.S. Senior Year(2010):
800:2:03.9(leadoff leg 4×8)
After my high school season in 2010 I decided to be a knuckle head and continue training almost the full summer. Developing tendonitis. As i tried to train through the tendinitis September of last year I would see a lactic acid feeling in my tibialis anterior followed by chronic pain in my tibialis anterior.
I stopped all training and had bad chronic pains in my tibialis anterior for about 4 months until i saw a physical therapist. We worked on flexibility in my calves which helped a ton. I trained very little in spring 2011, until I got the same lactic acid feeling till i stopped doing what my pt said.
By not listening to my PT i got the chronic pains again. Summer started and i bought a foam roller and stretched my calves regularly. I have not had pain in my tibialis anterior since.
My summer had me doing some physical activity. 8 hours of pushing carts a day. 4 days a week. This only agrivated my shin muscle if i worked 6 days in a row.
I currently am a sophomore at Northern Illinois University. I am the Vice President of the track club here and plan on leading my team to the NCTFA’s(national club track and field association) inaugural National meet.
This log will follow me in my journey of trying to stay healthy and get back on track after missing an entire season.
NCTFA Champion in 4×100, 400, 4×400.