However, all that being said, this injury was one of the best things to happen to me. It forced me to break out of a bad rut that I was in. An endless cycle of exercise to maintain some unknown level of fitness that I had set myself as a goal to maintain, for no particular reason.
In hindsight, this was waiting to happen, and all the signs were there, I just had tunnle vision and and avoided listening to any warning signs.
Now, 10 weeks later, or there abouts, I can still barely run, but I can now cycle, which is a blessing. It feels great to go for a ride again, especially with the garmin turned off. No caring about pace, time or distance. Just doing it because it is fun.
I am starting to try run/walk sessions, with little success, but atleast the pain afterwards now subsides fairly quickly. Hopefully it's only a month or so until I can start running properly.