the supermarket lidls often do a week when they have running gear for sale......i bought running tights very very cheap but perfectly durable about 5 or 6 quid. they even had a bit of reflector on and a very small non zipped pocket, anyway i lost a pair to my daughter so bought another pair for myself .......great for running around the countryside as i frequently ladder mine on brambles etc while out so have had to stop buying expensive models. they did mens version too
getting along good at the moment will have a review in december so will see what they say ...thats good advice about the guy on caridacathletes website thanks for that will do if they decide that i need one. symptoms have improved quite a lot i have reduced training quite a bit as i also had a knee injury from a fall and realise i feel better for not pushing myself so much. im not so dizzy and dont feel so tired either. there is my answer partly i think.....
hope you got on ok dave and maybe think about cutting down training for a bit see if your symptoms improve also
bloody hell i just want to stand up without feeling dizzy and go out running occasionally to let off steam......but i have to admire you... go get it!!!!!!
ive got a review in december or sooner if i feel unwell but dont want to rush into this unless i really have to.
i did everest base camp in 2009 probably the toughest thing mentally and physically i have ever done. its so good to have theses goals it keeps us sharp and focused on what we need to do to get ourselves there....in short its living life to the full!!!!!
i've done my share of parachuting in my early years so dont feel the urge to rekindle that sport at my time of life now ha ha ha!
its very encouraging to hear that my sporting life is not finished because of bradycardia and i will continue to pursue fitness. i'm happy to just go out run and enjoy myself and yes you are so right its usually the body that lets you know what it dosent like too much so i do trust my instincts more and if i feel tired i cut back on the training and think tomorrow is another day.
good luck with triathlon. if you're taking part in that i shouldnt really have any worries about having a pacemaker fitted in the future as its obviously surviving you putting it through its full ranges.........