Enjoy your new hip and don’t settle for boundaries others impose on you. Listen to your body, train hard, rest and eat well and you can do anything you want. Today I ran a 50K consisting of 42 bridge repeats, it took 5 hours and it was in about 87 degree heat. I finished around 1pm, and the second half of the run was a 6 minute negative split with my last mile being the fastest at 7:53. It was tough mentally, especially around 16 bridge climbs in and calculating you still have 26 more to go. The last 10 were tough, it was hot, I was getting tired, I was by myself but I had a goal and was determined to see it out. I’m training for a couple of ultras in the summer so wanted to push myself hard today. The good news is that the hip didn’t come into play at all and it still feels great. I think the Keto lifestyle is also helping a lot with my recovery and doing most of my training runs slow. Have fun and take you hip out for a spin.