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24/05/2007 at 13:06
Daz/Clairster. I'll keep it briefish to avoid boring everyone, well more so than usual anyway.

Went out on a long run around 6 weeks ago and felt discomfort in both shins. This came and went over the following weeks with intermitant right ankle pain.

I then ran the ridiculosly hilly Eyam half and could hardly walk all last week mainly because of the ankle problem.This week I'm improving and think I'm going through the Whitney Houston phase in that 'Its not right but its OK'.

The plan is to try a track session early next week and make a decision on whether to run Cork a week on Monday.I'm doing light gym sessions at the moment and I'm going to try and get to see a physio too.

TST did tell me that part of joining a running club was to have the opportunity to talk/moan about your injuries although before I joined one I never got injured ! Maybe its just my body preparing itself for its imminent veteran status.

24/05/2007 at 13:17
Isaac - genius. What time and where?

FOAR - yellow card. You can get away with many musical references in the clubhouse - but NOT Whitney Houston. If you could I would have mentioned The Reynolds Girls, Pepsi and Shirley and Whigfield, but you can't, so I shalln't.

I'm bored.

Alarm, Bananarama, Cure, DeeLite, Evanescence, the Fall...
24/05/2007 at 13:39
BTB - I'll save my Whigfield references until Saturday night.

24/05/2007 at 13:44
OK - I'll mention the Cure at 10.15.
24/05/2007 at 14:05
Clairster - I've never done the LakeV Half before, but I have driven through that valley going to/from Bala before now, and it is indeed spectacular - really looking forward to a cottage weekend there.

Funk - £7!!?? I thought I was doing well to find a detached 4-bedroomed cottage for £235 for 3 nights, but £7!!??
Mind you, I do have to accommodate Grandma & Grandad Slug, who will be coming along to babysit the 3 sluglets while Lady Slugge & I BOTH run the Half, so I consider it money well spent!

Also, the speed you go, you may well see me before and after the PLS 10k, but certainly not during! (unless it's laps)
24/05/2007 at 14:17
No track for me tonight going out for a bike ride now and test the gears out.

Anyone about tomorrow for a run?
24/05/2007 at 14:57
Jonah - didn't you say you were taking it easy?!

Think I'll go back to Cumbria for the Great Cumbrian Run 1/2 Marathon on 14th October. Anyone else up for it? It's actually very flat, will have up to 5000 in it and will also be a good warm up for the Snowdonia Marathon 2 weeks later!
24/05/2007 at 15:29
Garbage, Heaven 17, INXS......
24/05/2007 at 15:41
FOAR-ask TST about being veteran status
BTB-good luck with the new job, you might see Morticia.
Minnie-are you or M6 doing HP40 this year.
24/05/2007 at 15:49
The Broker- Please explain the above.

GBM- I am NOT SULKING. I just don't like this thread. Anyway, how are your legs? Are you still going down the track later? Will you take me on the bouncy bridge?

Jamiraq.. Jamire... Jammira....er....James
24/05/2007 at 16:09
Kiss
24/05/2007 at 16:09
Morticia--My legs are fine thank you! How are yours? I am looking forward to taking you on the bouncy bridge!

Kiss...
24/05/2007 at 16:10
Ooh er.. Daz and GBM kissing!!!!!
24/05/2007 at 16:11
Daz-- 6 seconds!!

24/05/2007 at 16:13
Led Zeppelin, Madness, New Order.......

Does New Order count for O aswell?
24/05/2007 at 16:13
GBM- My legs are fine. I am very disappointed at the lack of pain. I was very tired Monday and Tuesday but otherwise didn't have anything other than the usual aching. Rubbish!
24/05/2007 at 16:15
Ottawan!!! New Order is cheating.
24/05/2007 at 16:18
Pah! Pah! <spits>

I feel dirty
24/05/2007 at 16:28
J8 - I wouldn't mind a run tomorrow - about 5pm - is that too late for you - it could be a bit earlier if we went from yours.
24/05/2007 at 16:30
Eric I am taking it easy it's just that I thought cycling was easier than running"how wrong was I" Legs and arms feel like jelly at the moment.

Still found more new running routes.
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