Keith M Stuart


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Shades Marathon Training

Posted: 24/06/2016 at 10:04

As for running news er i have been doing the odd run now and then with fingers crossed no reaction and have been cycling more and more. I even have a marginal weight loss going on

Dodgy gall bladder ongoing i have ultrasound on sat 9th july at 4p with instructions to er not eat for SIZ hours before hand....

Tomorrow i'll be park running and cycling there and back, tonight er probably early night unless i nap later on.

Shades Marathon Training

Posted: 24/06/2016 at 10:01

Yes Shades was a interesting night, i not slept since er 6amish yesterday as per usual. Both the newcastle and sunderland results were odd and early so there was no point going to bed for me as i knew it was closer than i was expecting and quite probably the slight Brexit. Turned out a bit more Brexit than i thought.

Was hoping for something similar but other way round although i would not be that surprised if they all got togeather and redid how the whole EU worked in order to save it and ideally gave the option of a revote.

Cameron resigning today caught me off guard too albeit when he left was roughly where i was expecting it. I was hoever leaning towards him sorting out who was going to do the leaving talks first but i guess this is the better way. Do not be too surprised if they delay invoking article 50 even more as both France and Germany have elections next year wit hthe French one being potentially more important as if they pander to the UK Marie Le Pen will demand the same for France which gives the potential of the National Front winning. Think BNP but probably worse as they are bigger.

Shades Marathon Training

Posted: 12/05/2016 at 08:02

Shades - Are you up here next weekend for windermere? THe road i use has finally reopened since the december storms (3 weeks early too i might add) so i am being silly and pondering a very last minute entry and er having barely ran more than marathon distance all year

Just looked at its only £39 entry and i have until 20th apparently. Yes i know there is a half now too but thats sold out

Shades Marathon Training

Posted: 10/05/2016 at 06:59

Morning

On the home page they have the millionth finisher details from london but more importantly to those in the ballot there is this.

A record number of 253,930 UK applicants had registered for a ballot place in the 2017 Virgin Money London Marathon when the application system closed on Friday, with just under 56% of the applications for 2017 from people who have never run a marathon and more than 43% of the total applicants were women (also a record).

Shades Marathon Training

Posted: 03/05/2016 at 18:54

Cal - I could actually remember how those drugs work albeit when at uni it was omiprazole we learnt Just not entirely sure how stopping stomach acid levels helps the gall bladder. I guess it may work on some sort of flushing action.

More amusingly never atually said what a small meal was as to me a small meal is a normal person sized meal as Shades an Ian both know based on pre chester roast

Shades - lol probably a sneaky ploy aye 'losing the post'. Someone at works dad had his gall bladder removed via keyhole surgery and hasn't changed his diet. In my case i guess reducing the more dubious foods might be an idea

Shades Marathon Training

Posted: 03/05/2016 at 08:15

Morning people

I have NOT entered the ballot yet and nor am i going to bother. But thats because like SK i have a guarnteed place already, mnine is deferring my ballot entry 'win' from last year due to injury unlike SK's speedy running.

On that subject turns out my self referral went walkies in the post so have sent a new form off this weekend and advised that if i not hear within a few weeks ring to check in future as they are usually pretty fast.

Did go to doctors last week as my right shoulder is/was aching which is er wear and tear or as they prefer to refer to it at work, old age..... I also have had sore right lower ribs on and off most of the year which i at first assumed was pulled muscle as it felt the same as it does after a lengthy period of coughing which i have had several spells of this year (I guess NOT runnnig is bad for your health ).

Alas its not a muscle issue, i er have an inflammed/irritated gall bladder and ticking several of the symptoms, namely burping after meals, more pain after meals, acid reflux i am on Pantoprazole for a month. Amusingly going through my history it was no smoking barely any alcohol 1-2 cups coffee and 2-3 cups ta a day on average so nothing majorly bad. Did say eat small meals often, mentioned fat briefly but not specifically why and never asked what i ate normally.

So far i have had no acid reflux issues which is what i expected although how these pills solve gall bladder issues i have no idea despite vaguely remembering how they work from my uni days. Gall bladder area pains not gone but i shall give it time. Personally i think they are more noticeable which may or may not be real or merely an artifact of being aware of an issue.

Now the weather is improving i suppose i should get out on my bike (more) and yes i am picking betterish meals and aiming to avoid extra eating being i am eating less at a time than usual. NB: THat does NOT apply this morning as its bacon butties at work cos the van was latr friday and i owe some people them and it would be wrong to not have one too

Shades Marathon Training

Posted: 25/03/2016 at 12:22

to the no doubt outright shock to you lot i have had not a single creme egg this year

Shades - er yes i never bothered booking a room anyway so no problem deferring a  year. Could happily enough get round and it wouldn't hurt to afterwards

Shades Marathon Training

Posted: 25/03/2016 at 10:26

Latest london marathon mag arrived yesterday. Should really get around to deferring to next year really.

Off on a mini shopping trip today, handle for yard door at grans so they can open it easier, Halfords to get new brakes for bike and i'll look at what they have in as i'll probably get a new one soonish. Perhaps raid Morrisons too for junk food

Shades Marathon Training

Posted: 17/03/2016 at 19:13

Big G - I have a copy of that book on my kindle, got it shortly after its initial release. Far far too many lol moments in it May slot it in for a reread soonish

Shades - yeah still waiting for appt with pod

Shades Marathon Training

Posted: 16/03/2016 at 17:45

lol no foot still hurts, did a little over 5k down near Warwick last week whilst slumming it at the Hilton for a work conference.

sore shoulder today too but nothing i wasn't really expecting

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