Am I right in thinking that JJ managed to quote, but not to add anything of his own?
Ah! - Somehow, I must have seen his post before he'd finished altering it. Indeed, before he'd started altering it.
BusbarI am not sure what your physio is saying about your injury!!!Usually calcium deposits in the muscle are associated with an impact injury
When calcium deposits form in a previously injured muscle, it is called myositis ossificans. Myositis means muscle inflammation. Ossificans means calcification or bone formation.
I am not sure that physio can release the calcium deposits but maybe they can be broken down and then re absorbed into the bloodstream. Maybe you have been playing football secretly or your wife has been kicking you in bed ?????
ColumbaI do not think I am worthy of such admiration just yet - I will let you know when I am
I have lost smilies so have resorted to the old signs
JJI see your post as a quote so something is still up with your connection.
Run this evening in Wetherby which could be a long one if history is anything to go on . However the area is pretty flat and I tend to seek out such areas just now though the road to the moors is beginning to look a little bit tempting at times - and then I firmly put that thought back in its box!!!!
strange - old signs converted automatically into smilies though the drop down still does not work.
Tiler is busy at work putting 50m2 of large format (600 x 400mm ) ivory travertine on the walls of the newly formed en suite bathroom - it looks spectacular!!!
Morning posting rom Chrome
JJ yesterday on the thread in websites bugs after no response from RW towers meldy report thread to moderator to speed thins up did get a response they are looking into it now. At least they know now.
TS i have a vague memory of you entering a marathon did i imagine it. Which one? I entered one last night Chester 33 weeks and 4 days away. Gives me 15 weeks to build up to something to tart some kind of marathon training
Eye is coming on still there but is fading a bit.
PammieI keep trying to think I imagined it as well - but no - I entered the new event - York marathon - which sold out after 3 days. Late October - the website very kindly has a countdown clock on it
Good news about the eye fadiing - bet you get fed up telling people how it happened.
Cealit's a big finishing touch!!! And then the floor has to be laid............................and then fititng all the sanitary fittings .......................................and then the final decoration ................... and then fitting out the walk in wardrobe....................and then moving everything back in !!!!
Cealstop buying the DVD's!!!!
TS - Chester has a time clock too
Ceal-TS To be honest it's probadly me not listening to what the physio saying.Had the same problem when iwas at school although i went every day i didn't pay attention.
Pammie-Are you going to follow a pacific plan for chester(sorry question mark not working on keyboard).The plan i was following was the p&d up to 55miles which i thought was quite good.Best of luck to you.
busbar wrote (see)
Still using the Quote facility to post anything so you're right TS.No rain or snow today so I a hosepipe ban is imminentPammieI've reported the problem twice by email and once using the Moderator link.Who is the tart you mentioned. Is it you?CealIf the kettle bell is worse than running you can keep it.JJ
JJ - Probably
Tracey Really an autumn marathon is better for me as work is more manic and tend to lose a lot of training nov - Jan so to do it properly better to tackle an autumn one
Why Chester wanting something flatish although don't mind a bit undulatng just not hilly seen a few peeps mention it over on fetch and it appealed. Did think about undulating but wasn't sure how safe current position is at work new manager will decide so i decided not to. Still don't know new manager will probably decide but won't know till at least next month.
A bit of chat on facebook last night kind of sealed the deal as have been wanting to do one for a while. Hippo says its a nice one I might curse the odd hot day when training but it will be better for me.
oh and route passes into orth Wales which will be fun goes through villages of Lavister and Rossett.
Yes already done and confirmed got a place near the start/finish a few other fetchies staying in the same place
TS - OK, I'll reserve my admiration until notified.
Ceal - Phoned the Rhayader swimming pool about lessons. Confirmed they are on Monday at 6.00 p.m. or Thursday at 12.00 noon. I asked, Do I just turn up? Don't know, I was told; then a long "gone-to-find-out" silence, followed by a request to leave my phone number and they'd call me back. And have they called me back? - No.
5.37 miles this evening with the running club, temperature just above zero. Then home to a pile of pancakes.
Columba,We have a similar disease here. One of the worse seems to by local businesses who you think would be eager for the work. Good luck.
TS,How many 20+ miles are you planning on and when will you start to ramp up the weekly mileage and to what? Very interested in how your body is going to react. I hate to admit it but the thought of another marathon lurks out there, despite my extreme denials.
A very sloppy day out there so decided on a short progressive on the treadmill.
10:59 AM Tuesday, February 12, 2013
Treadmill5.3k, progressive, felt strong.
Run Duration = 28:33, Run Length = 5.3 Kms or 3.3 Miles
Average Run Pace = 05:22 per Km or 08:38 per Mile, Age grade = 63.3 %
Average Run WHR = 64.8 %, Max Run WHR = 82.5 %
Average Run Effort = 750.0 Heart Beats per Kilometre
Average Run Cadence = 83.5, Average stride length = 1.1 m
Lap Duration Kms Miles Per Km Per Mile AWHR MWHR Cad Slength
01 06:27 1.0 0.6 06:27 10:23 44.1% 53.1% 80.0 0.97
02 05:40 1.0 0.6 05:40 09:07 56.6% 62.2% 84.0 1.05
03 05:14 1.0 0.6 05:14 08:25 66.4% 69.9% 84.0 1.14
04 04:56 1.0 0.6 04:56 07:57 73.4% 77.6% 84.0 1.20
05 04:45 1.0 0.6 04:45 07:39 78.3% 81.8% 85.0 1.24
06 01:29 0.3 0.2 04:39 07:30 81.1% 82.5% 85.0 1.26
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