Introducing the fourth member of our ASICS Target 26.2 team - Lee (aka Choisty) With Virgin London Marathon Championship qualification as hi...
Mini-Hurray (I think!)
Now don't make me get my waggy finger back out
Sppedy & Fraser, it is because I don't always listen intently and after a quick call it is the psoas muscle. The Physio is very tried and tested, worked with the Aussie cyclists at the Sydney games and had this injury himself. Appartently very common in ice hockey goalminders!
Wife is fine, well apart from being a bit grumpy!
Son's bed needs a new frame section, which I will have to fashion this weekend instead of Wokingham!
No presents at all (well aprt from the trip to centre parcs) the good thing the competition winners have a fairy godmother at the moment in Stacey from ASICS, so I have all the kit I could wish for and really good kit at that!
I MISS RACING!!!
Hi Lee. Just popped in to wish you all the best for Wokingham to discover that like me you are having to stay away
Glad that you are allowed to do some easy running though
Hi USB - hope all well.
I've had a problem there too and the psoas must be pronounced like Soleus because I too thought they said something like 'solus' to me.
No consolation but Pete, last year's Asics fast runner is sort of your substitute at Wokingham and will be looking for a similar time as you were hoping for!
Steve, your right no consolation but will look out for his result.
I may have to run a park run when this is healed just to fix my craving for racing, there is a new one about 5 miles from my house so I can run there and back
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