For the past few weeks, I've been fighting some Achilles pain, mainly on the right side but sometimes on the left as well. I've run on it for a while but it's not going away and might be getting worse. Although it doesn't affect my running on flats and downhills, it hurts a bit more on the uphills. I don't think it used to do that. This seems like a escalation so I've decided to do something about it.
I've been seeing a chiro for a few sessions now and I have to admit it hasn't done much good. She says I can run on it, but I'm starting to wonder. So I've decided to run way less for a couple of week. I'll do two quality runs (hills and intervals) and my long run. For example, I did 5x400m hills (total 10k distance) yesterday, I'm going to do some speed tomorrow and then I have the OUS (Ontario Ultra Series) Spring Warmup on Saturday where I should run about 40 km in trails. I might do the same kind of thing the following week, with a shorter long run if I don't feel better. I'll try to ride the trainer a few times on top of that and I should be golden.