Thanks guys. I guess I'll keep off the running for a bit, but running in water doesn't sound intriguing, especially if you can fit four times as much work into the time period.
Are there many classes for this kind of thing or do you just go down to any pool and ignore any quizzical looks that you get? If the latter is the case, then do you run in the shallow end, when water is at waist height or in deeper water?
I fractured a heel and badly bruised my other one as the result of a fall a couple of weeks ago. I'm due to be out of plaster in a couple of weeks time and am wondering how quickly I should get back into running.
Obviously heels are subjected to a great deal of impact when running, so does this mean I won't be able to start running from the moment that my foot is set free from its cage?
Anyone been through anything similar and have any tips?
I'm in central London so there's quite a few Cannons gyms near here. I can think of quite a few of us in the office that could do with time at the gym...although I suspect a week might not be long enough.