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An ode to my &@#^$% ITBS (Read 182 times)


Hip Hip Hooray

    My dearest IT band

    I really ain't a big fan

    It seems whenever I train

    You cause my great pain

    And so you can go pound sand

     

      I'm not very poetic.  Could you do an ode to my posterior tibial tendon?

      Well at least someone here is making relevance to the subject.


      Mmmmm...beer

        I was singing the same tune, but since switching to the other side of the road and forming a love/hate relationship with my foam roller, my ITB and I are good friends again.  Smile

        -Dave

        My running blog

        2015 Goals | sub-18 5k | sub-37 10k | sub-1:23 HM | sub-3 M


        Hip Hip Hooray

          Sure!  As soon as I figure out what rhymes with tendon. LOL

           


          Hoodoo Guru

            Hello to my PT tendon

            (All of my body I'm friendin')

            If you wouldn't mind

            And can be so kind

            Would you please frickin' start with the mendin'

            The tangents are moot.

             

            iLoveAdvo.com

             

              Sure!  As soon as I figure out what rhymes with tendon. LOL

               

              Susan Sarandon

              Ricky

              —our ability to perform up to our physiological potential in a race is determined by whether or not we truly psychologically believe that what we are attempting is realistic. Anton Krupicka


              Hip Hip Hooray

                I was singing the same tune, but since switching to the other side of the road and forming a love/hate relationship with my foam roller, my ITB and I are good friends again.  Smile

                 

                I've done it all (perhaps a theme for my next limerick).  And I was doing GREAT but it's come back with a vengence and I friggin hate (hate!) my ITB right now.

                 

                Dallas - nice!

                 

                pRED - that actually made LOL for real.

                 

                  Sure, if you can make thoughts of Susan Sarandon somehow ameliorate my tendon wonkiness, let's do it!

                  Well at least someone here is making relevance to the subject.

                  FlippyNoodle


                  Not a dude

                    I'm in the same boat - ITBS on both sides. Can you add tensor fascia latae to this little ditty?

                     

                    FWIW, I've been in PT twice a week getting Graston treatments and it seems to be helping. I hope yours gets better soon!


                    Hip Hip Hooray

                      Oh posterior tibial tendon
                      Why must you be a-hatin?
                      All I want to do is run
                      Be out there and havin' fun
                      And you be protestin' like Susan Sarandon

                       


                      Hip Hip Hooray

                        I'm in the same boat - ITBS on both sides. Can you add tensor fascia latae to this little ditty?

                         

                        FWIW, I've been in PT twice a week getting Graston treatments and it seems to be helping. I hope yours gets better soon!

                         

                        I'm not sure there is anything more painful than Graston on an irritated IT band (esp up by the tensor fascia latae).  Man oh man that hurts - but it did totally help the first time around.

                         

                          Completely off topic ... and may be not so much ...

                           

                          Roses are red,

                          Violets are blue,

                          Some poems rhyme,

                          This one doesnt.

                           

                          MTA: Not my creation.

                          I dont sweat. I ooze liquid awesome.


                          Rungry!

                            Completely off topic ... and may be not so much ...

                             

                            Roses are red,

                            Violets are blue,

                            Some poems rhyme,

                            This one doesnt.

                             

                            MTA: Not my creation.

                             

                            Roses are red,

                            Violets are blue.

                            Barrels are hollow

                            and so is your head.

                            Jen

                              Oh posterior tibial tendon
                              Why must you be a-hatin?
                              All I want to do is run
                              Be out there and havin' fun
                              And you be protestin' like Susan Sarandon

                               

                              A timeless treasure!  Keats never wrote anything like this!

                              Well at least someone here is making relevance to the subject.

                              FlippyNoodle


                              Not a dude

                                 

                                I'm not sure there is anything more painful than Graston on an irritated IT band (esp up by the tensor fascia latae).  Man oh man that hurts - but it did totally help the first time around.

                                 

                                Giving birth hurts worse for sure.

                                 

                                I'm a believer in Graston. I tried foam rolling, rest, pretty much anything you can think of. Graston is the only thing that has really helped. It hurts like a bitch and I have bruises all over my legs, but it's worth it.

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