Wow well done clag!!! Brilliant result Nicely done!
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Toenail advise needed...I seem to have developed a blister behind my second toe. The nail isn't discoloured and it doesn't hurt yet when I run but the toe is slightly swollen and when I press on it I do feel pain. Should I try and treat this or go to a podiatrist or should I just ignore it? I'm concerned that if it's a blister it may get worse unless it is popped...
I get that too quite often after a long run but my nails go black.. I tend to leave it for a few days and if i do see the blister i gently pop it to remove the pressure, Alot of times it is filled with blood but its never bad enough to stop me running..
Morning everyone! Well done Clag - a fab time! Was closely watching on tv and looks as if you had perfect weather conditions and lots of support. I would definitely avoid ANY frenchman speaking to you though - I fell into that trap and ended up marrying one!
My magic "click" that physio did to my back sadly did not work - Bootsie I dream of being able to run 12 mins.. I can only do a granny jog for 1min 30s before I have to stop! KK, sympathise with you too - one month no running too for me.
VLM in two weeks... excitement must be building! Just all look after yourselves and don't do anything that could result in an injury (Wrap yourselves up, stay inside with loads of carbs and the remote control!!)
morning all .. Khanivore.. just think how good you will feel after!
Iain you will do great
Clag! well done
emmy well done!! soundsl ike a great place to be
Well done Clag & Emmy. I know what you mean about those underpasses! glad you both had a good time!
Slowkoala - I tend to pop blisters straightaway
It's my birthday today but I've been in floods of tears since I opened my dad's card and my mum's name wasn't on it. Pretty obvious but it really upset me. I did a 30km on Sat and will run home from work this evening to let some good mood vibes start working for me!
((((Molly))))) Happy birthday x
i'm wondering the same thing. i used my mixed gel/water bottles on the silverstone 1/2 and they were great. those combined with some jelly babies in my runnnig belt pocket and the isotonics on offer meant i was fine energywise. although it was only a 1/2.
i think i might take the belt with bottles and jelly babies on it. if i don't use it all, it's not an issue.
i don't mind carrying stuff on a belt, but carrying water bottles all the way round training runs, distracts me. of course you don't have that problem in a race as you just throw them away. but now i've got used to using my gel/water. hmmmm, tricky.
as i say, think i'll take the gel bottles and if i need to top up en route with lucozade, i can.
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