Hello community, I have been doing a ton of walking lately and in general am a very fit/strong guy. I have dealt with TMS for a few years. Last Friday I walked about 8 miles straight (4-5 hours worth), as I have been doing a dog-walking job (my career was taken out during the pandemic). I felt very sore/tired at the end of it all but don't have any memory of getting 'hurt'. The next day (Saturday) I went out for a much shorter walk with some dogs and started having pain in my right glute/hip when going up a hill. That same morning I had had an extremely stressful conversation/argument with my girlfriend. The pain in my hip/glute is still here and I am supposed to get back to work tomorrow. The timing of the onset seems like TMS to me, as it related to my relationship troubles. But I did also do a large amount of walking at once. Normally I do 4-5 miles per day with breaks. I remember before I had TMS a few years back I did a 20 mile walk one day and didn't have any pain and the other day I did less than half of that and am still struggling. I would love to hear anyone's thoughts.