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Wednesday, August 5, My history with loss of leg coordination while running I try to avoid anecdotes and personal histories when dealing with running injuries. They're fraught with the dangers of recall and confirmation bias, and worse, people seem hardwired to give more credence to a personal story than reams of scientific data.
But in the case of loss of leg coordination, I don't really have a choice—the scientific data is extremely sparse, and there aren't even any case studies in the medical literature describing anyone with the hip-centric loss of leg coordination symptoms that seem to be a variant of "runner's dystonia.
As you read my account, remember that I'm not a doctor, and I'm also not an unbiased observer. My views on solving loss of leg coordination are no doubt informed by my own experience.
For a more objective review of the problem, see my extensive article on loss of coordination published last week, or the executive summary. I started running cross country and track as a freshman in high school, having done a little bit of each sport in middle school.
I didn't become a runner until my sophomore year of high school. Until then, my times were decidedly unimpressive, and I did not train in the offseason or take the sport seriously.
Starting in fall my sophomore year, I began running year-round. I was not particularly athletic, so I did not have other sports to do in the winter and summer anyways. Plus, I wanted to see if I could improve. And I did—I dropped from 5: I did not start doing what I would now consider "high mileage" until before my senior year; that summer, I had a few weeks around 80 miles, and that winter, I averaged over 70 miles a week for almost three months, with a high of Again, this paid off, and it set me down the path of being a high mileage runner.
Throughout high school I was eminently healthy; I never missed a single day due to injury. I ran in college, and continued improving thanks to high mileage training.
A few mile weeks my freshman year dropped my times further, and going into my sophomore year, I logged eleven weeks in a row overincluding several at or above This culminated in probably the best race of my career, a I missed that winter for a non-running-related injury, but with that exception, I did not miss much time due to injuries until my junior year.
Starting that summer, and for the rest of my college career, my progression was interrupted by overuse injuries, mostly in my hips and feet. Later, I would realize that a lot of these were likely the result of not enough hip strength work, but that's a story for another time.
In many ways, my background fits the typical profile of a runner who develops loss of leg coordination: Loss of coordination problems begin The summer before my senior year of college, I was doing chemistry research in New York and training hard for my final season of cross country. I had gotten a late start on summer training because of some foot problems in late May and early June, so I was foolishly ramping up training very aggressively.
After an IT band flare-up in mid-July, I had ramped up to 92,and miles.JUST FIRST TIME STORIES.
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