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You're doing a grand job of looking after your family Mr C.
How are YOU?
Hi, hope u are well friend - did'nt we meet at Exeter hm arena one year before the race started ?
going up is tough of course, but you can lock your legs and body against the chair
going down is hard at times, can hurt like hell and yes i have a restraining strap i hold onto, but still ahve to go down with absolute caution
yes were booked for that
got to test myself out on 26 miles soon - going around RH in September with a friend, to see whats in the tank,
HM's ,their as usual easy or on a bad day easy ish - but FM totally different game, so even i'm approaching with total caution
hope your well
Mick, delighted to get a mention on your thread...you must meet 100s of forumites over the weeks, so good to be remembered.
Got a handshake from Philip too which was nice!
Great work as ever Mick, doing a tough course. Tough for plenty of people running it alone, let alone doing what you do!
Can't imagine what life is like in the week for you, but the fact you find gruelling half marathons (at least) a release says it's gotta be tough!
Hang in there Mick, as next week is another race
yes, next sunday were at Gloucester AC's ( Newent HM ) another seriously undulating one - best there of 2:00
but TBH our running is the easy bit,
can run happily over 50 races a year - with little problem
micknphil-marathonlads.com wrote (see)
BOTFHi, hope u are well friend - did'nt we meet at Exeter hm arena one year before the race started ?
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