Hello all. Still no running for me, leg still not right. Have also lost my running mojo a bit, eventually when I have my leg back I will need to re-discover it. Am frankly enjoying having more energy and not walking round the house like a zombie. Still gymming it and went for a swim yesterday (50m pool - a long way when you're out of shape swimming wise!).
Hopefully I'll be up and running soonish - and will aim to do a few low key race at the end of the year.
Yorkshire marathon organisers say I can defer to next year, but still have to pay!
Keep at it all of you, not long to go now. Be smart and keep a check on any niggles, now is not the time to get injured.
I also am possibly out...got something wrong with outside of lower left leg. Not sure what. Haven't ran for about 3 weeks and I still reckon a week or two away from being able to run again. I emailed them about deferring and transfers etc., they will defer but still have to pay as Karl says above, and I don't think they do transfers.
Use pain as your guide. If painful don't run, and maybe add a few more days after pain gone to make sure? If you must run only run if pain 3 or below on a scale of 0 to 10 where 0=no pain and 10=worse pain you could imagine.
Other than that sounds like you're doing all the right things. Good luck.
Hello. Just back from N Wales for a long weekend with the family. No running, plenty of walking, crabbing, eating and drinking. Did notice adverts for Conwy Half in November which could be a goer, liked Conwy. Nice scones.