I'm doing the London marathon in April and have got the most disgusting chesty cough.. last time i ran was Monday and frankly, because I have asthma, I am not running until I feel a little better.. considering antibiotics - I am stressed that I am beind on my training schedule.. does anyone have any advice as to how soon you can get back in to training? or maybe this coming weekend i could do a small 30 minutes jog to get back in to it?
Need to get more long runs under my belt but soo frustrated right now!!!
That's very helpful and it is good to hear that my intake of food increasing is a normal thing... i guess I just felt like I was stuffing my face when really, considering the amount of training that is being done, its perfectly normal.
I think everyone who has a balanced diet and not denying themselves of treats can't do any wrong.
I am in the midst of my marathon training for the VLM in April, and literally I cannot stop eating.. I eat well and yes, I have biscuits and things, but no fast food or anything like that.. i'm just hungry the whole time.. Part of me thinks because of the training i am just craving the extra calories, but is this really the case??
I chipped the top of my knee cap 2.5 year ago and since recovering etc all is fine (I just ran the London Marathon in April) which gave me no pain what so ever. Since then, my knee has been playing up (the one I broke) and I wonder if it is runner knee or if its the accident I had flaring up? Either way, I have a half marathon coming up and I miss my running sessions.. I hate not being able to do anything
I have a runny nose and I feel a bit fuzzy.. if that makes sense! But I am in training for the London Marathon 09 and really want to run tonight. I am thinking of just taking it easy but does anyone know if it will cause more damage than good? I don't have a chest infection or anything like that, just an annoying snotty nose!!