I have recently completed this study, and must admit found it really insightful and the information beneficial.
Neil is really easy to get along with, and helps explain all the different elements of the testing, and what that is trying to achieve, so would recommend this to anyone who thinks they may be suffering from exercise induced asthma
Was out for a gentle trot last night, and as it was a nice evening following a good soaking of rain, there was a number of other people out also for a run.....as I was going around I noticed a variety of reactions to each other as we crossed, which got me thinking, what is the correct running etiquette - and what do you do!
1, I went past a girl who was very red faced and having a walk, is it the done thing to offer words of encouragement as you go past, or just ignore them? If you were the walker what would you think if someone tried to chivvy you along?
2, As you pass another runner, do you give a salutory nod, a (and in my case breathless) hello, or try to totally ignore the person coming the other way? (I saw all three of these last night, which made me chuckle)
it is weird what crosses my mind last night, but this kept me going for a good hour last night - i was almost seeking out other runners to see their reaction!