Onwards and upwards to other events :o)
...........only one so far of me!
I didn't bother with the finish line one. Haven't for years! Does that make me a bad person?
I wouldn't have even if I had a pb. Not paying silly prices any more!
I only have a few photos - when I first started running.
Most of the shots I have now are taken by supporters and G.
My medals are slung in a heap at the bottom of my wardrobe! lol Yes the IM one was lovely but again is not anywhere special. The memories are worth far more
You'd never guess I'm not at work to day would you......
Great pics Relaxed!!
Me niether Hash. I have a whole 2 weeks off now. No doubt it is going to do nothing but rain for the next fortnight as I have to get out on the bike!!
Great pictures Relaxed!!
I'm at work but can't focus!! Much rather be on here right now!
wow! - great photos!
I sort of survived DOMS is not too bad at all a bit stiff if I've been still for too long that is all.....But my right leg ITB
But the worst of all I am feeling really low, both yesterday and today, sort of deflated and depressed and wonders what next after the anticlimax of Sundays marathon...is anyone else feeling like this?
I need a new challenge to look forward to I think, a marathon sounds good as I still want a sub 4 preferably sub 3.30.
Hello all, can I join in?
I've been on Lucy's SuperSix thread, and Support Group 8 - what a lifesaver you lot have been!
I'd love to meet up and/or do a South East Half at some point.. and I'm definitely up for another 'back of the pack' marathon at some point..
MadWelshWoman(https://www.bmycharity.com/V2/jaynierance) wrote (see)
I'd like to join in with this thread if that's okay? I am planning on doing Cardiff half in October.
Hello MadWelshWoman, lovely to see you on Sunday!
Zaba what you are feeling is a recognised condition!! Lots of people get it. What you need is something else to focus on and fast!
I always have another event sometime in the near(ish) future otherwise I would stop training altogether I think. Find a good half somewhere and get training again, gently to start with and you will soon be on top of the world. Or do something different. Run off road, get on a bike, go for a swim, anything!
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