My leg felt fine during the run, stress-fracture wise. My (basically) non-existent inner thigh muscles were not so happy, however. I did a ridiculoussssss kettlebell workout on Tuesday, and I was feeling it today. Now that I think about it, that means I broke another rule - no CrossFit as cross-training. It wasn't meant to be CrossFit though; I just borrowed the idea from there, and I didn't do any of the usual CrossFit craziness like combining a ridiculous amount of kettlebells with a ridiculous amount of burpees plus a ridiculous amount of pullups and a ridiculous amount of deadlifts as fast I could. (Can you tell I'm a lawyer? I'm an expert at making up rules and then figuring out ways to get out of following them.)
It was a really fun workout, actually, and I highly recommend that you get a kettlebell if you don't already have one. It's a great combo of cardio and strength training, and there are tons of different moves you can do.
I used a 25lb kettlebell and this is what I did:
30 goblet squats
20 clean and press (each arm)
30 woodchoppers (15/side) --> Full disclosure: I had to switch to 10 lb dumbbells for these beasts
20 windmills (10/side) --> Same
30 Turkish getups (each arm)
(10-15 seconds of rest between exercises)
*Now, because I am a lawyer, I must tell you - this is just what I do, not necessarily what I think YOU should do. I'm not a trainer; I'm not a coach; I'm not a doctor, so please consult at least one of those people before you try any of these exercises.