Dannirr - Noooooooooo........ we owe you drinkies
Hi Hatter 88 - welcome to the 'Sub 4 or Die' crew (otherwise known as 'Sub 4 or face the wrath of Yer Maj' )
RS - you doing Paris too?
I've been having head issues - it seems to be messing with me at the moment. It's telling me I have pains in my legs and that I'm very tired and should maybe not run.
Tonight was supposed to be a pyramid night but as a concession, I just went for a run. Same distance, no time pressures, didn't look at the watch.
The run was fab. Nice easy pace, loads of energy and even increased the pace to run up the hill into our village. Lovely.
Yay Tricky. Glad to hear it.
Kaz. I got a serious telling off by my physio last year for trying to run too soon after an injury. It doesn't make you better, it's actually bad for you.
you need to totally reset your system and start refreshed.
This doesn't mean reducing your runs a bit. It doesn't mean taking it a bit easier. It means resting - totally. Consider this, you could well be doing yourself more harm than good.
A week off won't knock you off your game. Starting in the New Year could be a very good move.
How many people have told you to take it easy, to rest & recuperate? Re-read what Tricky wrote.
Now, its up to you.
Emmy - I'm in for Jantastic
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