All Aiming for 3.45 - 3.59
just lurking really TBH
i just enjoy reading a lot of stuff, running related that is
I first met u at Four villages ?? you told me about upcoming chester FM, yes - no
you'll know if i'm right or not, as i have meeting and bump into peeps all over UK
i hope and trust everyone is well
We did meet at Four Villages and we talked about the Chester Mara, but that was after Macc.We had a chat before the race, you were parked with Phil to the left of the clubhouse opposite the final bend of the track, I think. That was a cracking race, and a great atmosphere.
Viking - I agree with Mr P - you'll be fine.....hope it clears up for the day. Mr P - that's a brilliant run mate !
Re OMAHD - here's the legend himself.......we kept passing each other, finally did so again near Big Ben so decided to limp over the line together. Think this was 2008 - the effing hot year anyway
Gentle (but hilly) 10 miler for me this morning in the cold and wet. Sort of tapering I guess. Not looking forward to Brighton at all next week TBH
Yeah 2008 was the rain, the shin splints, the cramp, the 4:12
Hi guys, haven't been on here for a while as I can't run . Don't ever get ITBS as it really does stop you running - even me!
Am doing 200 reps a day on a foam roller and have bought a knee strap, plus spending many hours researching the problem.
Am determined to sort it out, although I don't know whether this will be in time keep to my 100 marathon schedule.
OG, the roller is a plastic tube with a foam surround. Have you ever tried hashing? The run - walk for me - is at 7.30pm from Friars Oak at Hassocks - just down the road from you.
Btw guys, now regards myself as an expert on ITBS - would be surprised if there's any recent article on it that I haven't read!
just love the name, got a real cool ring to it
Had an Eureka moment when out on a 4 mile walk with the hash in the pouring rain yesterday evening! Think the ITBS may have been caused by my best friend, i.e. Max, when I did a 10k race with him a couple of weeks ago.
He is a very strong dog - he can pull me along at a good pace when I'm on a bike - and I always hold his lead in my right hand. In any event it's a good excuse to buy a bungee lead that canicross runners use.
No after effects from yesterday - don't know whether it was only a brisk walk rather than a run or it was the benefit of the knee strap. Will discuss with chiro today and - depending on what he says - will try something similar or a gentle jog today - it's like walking on eggshells!
'Running Injury Caused By Dog'...........
SDM - we've got rollers in the gym that are much more solid than the usual foam ones (super high density EVA rather than PE - have a look on www.foamrollers.co.uk). They hurt like hell but really do the job. Re the hash, would love to but won't make it back from work in time tonight. Also having a v easy pre-marathon week this week anwyay
On the injury front, have woken up this morning with a really painful foot - mostly outside of the foot at the base of the little toe joint. Any thoughts :? Almost too painful to touch. Ran on Sunday and it was fine, didn't run yesterday but played golf.
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