Thank you Allen! I've tried not running for the past few days, and I've been biking without any pain. I'm not going to run again until I don't feel any pain in this thing. I hope it heels fast. Thanks again
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, try walking for a month or until your calf strains are healed. Then mix in small amounts of running. Don't increase your running more often than once a week. Use calf strains as an indicator that you're doing...
Cut your runs in half and see if the pain goes away. If not, cut it in half again, and so on. Then increase you distance in small increments (not more than 10%) and give your body a lot of time to get used to each new distanc
I think that any injury is serious. My suggestion is to see a good doctor, perferably a sports doctor, about your injury. A serious injury will likely mean that you should not do the marathon this time. In the mean time, use
Running downhill is harder on your legs than running up hill. Try running up hill and walking downhill. If this eliminates the pain, good. Then, later, try jogging slower down the hill than you ran up the hill. Your body need