Along with me being a shoe / apparel whore, I'm kind of the same with technology. What I'm getting at is I'm a very big fan of the Medtronic Continuous Glucose Monitor and the Garmin 305. The CGM assists me so much on my runs, but make no mistake about it, you still have to check your blood sugars with a finger-stick because it is not exact. My blood sugar to start the run was 114, with that I took 3 shot bloks. After 4.5 miles I checked my blood sugar and it was 121, I then took 3 more shot bloks and set out for another 4.5. About 2 miles in I looked down at the CGM (138) so I took 3 more bloks. When I finished I did a fingerstick and ckecked out at 118.
If anyone has any ideas on the sore achilles and groin please help. As for now I'm chalking it up to soreness from the cold weather.