JR - how are you commuting? If you are in the car, the back gates of Stormont are only a five minute drive away from where you are. Great for an early morning or lunchtime run.
I'm just back from a run round the grounds - 3.5 miles and no pain (And no bullets either)
Good to hear of another pain free run for you Mags.
Well done to Paul and DS in the Triathlon and glad Paul survived his accident.
Big improvement with my back over the last 2 days. Still slightly awkward getting in and out of car but I am now able to drive again and mobility has really improved. Planning ahead for my running, I think I will do a few of the XC races as good training sessions and aim for Seeley 10k as my big target for the year. Will also do a few Park runs to help with the speed but everything will be geared towards a PB at Seeley. Will probably be another 10 days or so before I try running but hopefully it will all go well this time.
Good luck to anyone racing this week and to all the Ballymena, Larne, EAH, and glens runners at the Inter Cub Race tonight.
Good to hear you are on the mend Rodney.
posting on behalf of a runner colleague at work. Does anyone know of, or could recommend, a good sports orientated podiatrist in the ballymena area? My colleague is returning to running after injury and needs good gait and shoe advice. Also a professional opinion on prevention of injury reoccurance.
Raced last night at the Interclub race hosted by Larne AC - this year the ladies race was 5 miles, the same as the men. OMG it was brutal - the last 2 miles are uphill & I thought my legs weren't even going to get me to the finish!!! James McIlroy from larne won the mens race in 26mins 2secs & looked in amazing form!!
Well done to everyone taking part, great to see a good turnout from Ballymena Runners
Welcome Shadows some of the Ballymena gang could probably help you out.
Well done Heather.
Hill session with the club last night I found it tough going in the heat and nothing in the legs. Th3e weekend cycle is still taking it tole. I was thinking of doing Dungiven on Sunday as I can't make Downhill on Saturday but will wait and see how the legs are on Thursday evening.
JR - wish I could help. If only. Don't really think that I can progress from my 3.5 miles to 26.2 in under six weeks. At this stage I would be grateful to just do the 10k.
Don't give up yet - I know that there are a few people out there still considering doing the marathon.
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