I’m talking about how I can get in my long runs, do some work on my half marathon, and still have time to crossfit. My schedule is so insane right now I don’t know if it will ever be able to fluidly change back to being normal again without throwing the whole day off for something major. I’m trying to compete in two races this year but also work full time which means I have tons of stress when I need to just take a deep breath and look at these things more realistically.
Ok so here are my issues with doing both…
#1 Joint pain– every single running related thing that I use puts a ton of strain on my hip flexors. In CrossFit they do all kinds of crazy stuff over there which includes lots of Olympic lifts as well as squats and deadlifts etc.. It isn’t great for those kind bones at all! So between those two things it is causing me serious pain whenever I run or even hop up onto a box for push ups or pull ups haha
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