I agree when i sprained mine last year i kept trying to run with differing degrees of success- it either bothered me during the run or after. By chance i have reduced the amount of running this year due to other commitments and have done more short runs and long walks (Trailwalk) and my ankle appears completely fine, no pain and no stiffness i can even kneel down with my ankle underneath me, someting not poss a few months ago.-- about time i got back to some serious running!!!!
Im a forumite virgin and its my second GNR, getting verry excited now!!Rest of family entered but non of them as excited as me! and im always last. Going to spend tonight customising my T shirt into a vest as the temp for Sun seems to go up everytime I look. Good luck to everybody esp the MacMillan runners
I wonder can anybody tell me why,when I run over 5 miles I get a horrible pain in my back around my left shoulder? I can ease it by dropping my arm and shaking it but once the arm is returned to my normal running position the muscle gets tighter and the pain returns. dont know if important but i am left handed.
I too am recovering from a badly sprained ankle 5 weeks ago, the whole foot swollen, and black and blue. I have gradually started training again as I am entered for GNR. I still experience discomfort at the start of a run, which disappears as the run progresses. However in the morning before getting out of bed it really hurts and is very stiff as I hobble around the bedroom. does anybody know if this is normal and will it be ok to up my training?