Lurking no more!
Ha Ha Silver.
My OH went yesterday and she absolutely loved it. I was very jealous
Good luck to everyone racing today
Well done!!! Awesome time too, bet you are really chuffed Have a pint now and chill
Blimey. How you gonna get that home? Or have I fallen into your trap?
LOL - Silver!!!! you're just chatting to yourself now aren't you!I think the treadmill is a good idea, and a trip to scotland even better. The treader will be good for doing speed training, which will speed you up overall - and when its super icy outside or Mrs S is off out and you've eaten a few too many tubs of icecream then voila - the inside running solution!
I don't think you'll stop the running outside either - it'll just keep your fitness up for when you can't go out. Good purchase!!!!
And congrats on the wedding anniversary - did Mrs Silver say you could have a treadmill because she's got her eye on a hot tub / diamond bracelet / new car????
Silver you are so funny! Good buy on the treadmill, sounds like a good buy to me. Take Mrs S with you when you go to collect and try to make a weekend of it sort of thing
I like the idea of a treadmill for those days that you just can't face getting out or don't have the time. You can do speed or hills on treadmill and get a great workout too. Will never beat a great outdoor run though
I'm getting ready for the post op hospital trip and aren't looking forward too it, infact feeling scared about it
Hope everyone is having a good day, well as good as work can get, I've got that joy tomorrow for the first time in 13 weeks!!! How tough is 6am get up??? Does 6am really exist? The joys
I'm hear, back from the hospital and finally know what they have done, what is wrong, recovery process etc. Someone who knew something, finally!!! Ok, so they have removed the medial plica and I have a stretched ACL (cruciate). I should have started physio the day it was done, that is only just over 8 weeks ago! Never mind will start on Friday instead. The pain I still have is because of the op and the tenderness etc. I should make a full recovery but they are expecting not much difference in the next 3 months but should be fully recovered and back to full running etc in the next 6-9 months! Looks like Silverstone could be interesting but she told me to still go for it My quads have gone, my hamstring doesn't want to play and there is some chemical trick where my brain can't talk to my lower leg properly. Feeling more confident on knowing this is the start of getting better after all this time, that I can run again eventually and that it will take some time and intense physio sessions oh and painkillers still. Work have to play nice with me and all should work out fine.
Silver I'm still laughing at your vino conversation
Going to do dinner now as still have 2 more minor dr visits tonight before up for work in the morning so will be about less on the net Keep me laughing and smiling and happy please, I'll be posting running reports again, at some point in time
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