GBM-69's better, can't show a link
Will try to get there but am going to have to get up pretty early
I'm running tomorrow, but if the weather is crap at 8:00 I'll probably go later when the forecast is better. I'd be happy to run to pyramid and do an out and back on Mersey if JMC wants to run on softer ground - that would be about 8:20 at pyramid. But of course I may not even be there!
SARQ/PPP and JMC. As it's late already I won't be getting up early for an 8:00 run, so don't wait for me. I'll be doing about 16 starting at the much more lazy time of around 11:00 if anyone running that time from Heatons area.
Daz- Did you do the FG? I drove past the pub in my nice warm car at half 10 and felt very sorry for the runners attempting to warm up
ES - I'll drop some off at the track this week for you.
Kwaka- Have you got anymore Information about your 10k around Poynton, route etc.
Anyone here had Plantar Fascitis?
I have a sore point at the back of my heel underneath the heel. This very rarely hurts whilst running but can be quite painful if I have sat down for a while or when getting up in the morning. The pain eases after a bit of movement. It is worst after a track session. I think I can feel a very slight lump.
It is probably a bruise or sore bone that I am not letting heal properly (no pun intended). However I am a bit concerned it could be PF as sometimes the pain spreads further along under the arch of the foot and I notice it most early in the morning after waking up.
If you have had PF, how did it start, what were initial symptoms?
I did do Famous Grouse, although I was still huddling in my car in the car-park at 10:30am - it cleared up just as it started though, but was REALLY wet underfoot, leading to slow times all round - but the usual really well organised/friendly atmosphere event
JMC - I get that heel thing now and again - it could be achilles/calf-related as well, so I always start with a bit of extra stretching for those. I had it recently where it definitely felt sore on the sole of my foot, so I rolled my arch over a hard object (golf ball is usually quoted, but I used one of theos mini-aerosol cans that you get car-lock de-icer in) for a few days and it went away - I also laid off what I thought had caused it in the first place - namely too much running on tarmac in lightweight neutral shoes, when I really need more cushioning/support
JMC--I haven't had it!
Good to see NI having a bimble at Burnage parkrun. I ran Marple parkrun - really nice course - a bit muddy at the moment but I reckon it would be about 20-30s faster than Bramhall on a good day.
DTS - you were lucky at the Grouse - me and Stuart P got caught in a freezing sleet shower just coming off Bowstones. I got home still freezing cold to find the kids bored and wanting to go for a hike at ... Lyme Park. Back up there by noon by which time it was nice and sunny.
JMC - man up and start running off road.
RB - were you aware that you have a photo/name-check in the latest Fellrunner magazine?
Thanks for the link SW. It is on my Xmas wish list.
RB, I know what you mean about being cold, although I am in Oslo! Man up yourself and start running in some proper cold weather!
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