literatin


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Newbie seeking help with wide toes!

Posted: Today at 23:01

I have wide feet but spindly girl ankles, and although I don't have shoe recommendations for you, I would recommend these lacing techniques. Try slightly bigger shoes (maybe), and do technique #6 for more space in the forefoot, combined with technique #2 for a nice snug fit round your heel and ankle.

http://i.imgur.com/wA6OROl.jpg

 

Overdone it?

Posted: Today at 21:55

We normally just do run in lane 1, but we start all the reps from one of the curved lines sort of at the corner (Bob will no doubt have a proper name for that) so I suppose it doesn't matter what lane you're in? And then you'd stop at the equivalent line on the other side.

I only knew two celebrities and might not have recognised either without the captions though I would have thought they looked vaguely familiar. I haven't owned a television since 2007 though.

Madbee - if training is just starting to feel like it is coming together, maybe you are building towards a peak at just the right time.

Overdone it?

Posted: Today at 12:50

Fun fact: Tommy and I both beat the 10k PBs in that table the very next day.

Well done Skinny & Madbee! You can't beat a cash prize, though I do like the idea of having two identical paperweights next to each other.

Running in light rain/autumn/winter - what to wear?

Posted: Yesterday at 23:10
VDOT51 wrote (see)
A Suit made of HTFU is your best bet and it is free .

I don't have one of those. That must be why I sometimes need two vests.

(I don't wear a raincoat either, except when cycling)

Stiff muscles

Posted: Yesterday at 22:36

It's hard to judge as you don't say how much pasta you are already eating.

Running in light rain/autumn/winter - what to wear?

Posted: Yesterday at 22:35

What are the runners you see out on the roads that you admire wearing? Just wear whatever you're most comfortable in; some people wear loads of layers and long tights, some people wear shorts all year round. I sometimes wear an extra vest and a pair of gloves. My top tip  is not to spend loads of money on all new gear until you've tried a few different things and worked out what you'll actually use. If it is dark you might want to get something hi-viz.

Moraghan Training - Stevie G

Posted: Yesterday at 19:39

I'm really not very flexible Phil! (Though I can touch my toes). I'd think something with a bit of movement like the roll-down in pilates would be good. In fact, pilates in general would help with flexibility and core strength (without being hard), but I don't normally like to recommend it unless you can find time to go to an actual class with a qualified teacher. In that video it says it's the movement you do at the beginning and end of a class to gauge your flexibility; I would be able to reach the floor with my fingertips at the start, and at the end I'd be able to get most of my hand on it.

Moraghan Training - Stevie G

Posted: Yesterday at 16:33
Stevie G wrote (see)

 And the older you get, the more you need to keep it mentally fresh.

...by running round a track 25 times.

Anyway, just popping in to say that I'm very pleased Bus is still alive.

Overdone it?

Posted: Yesterday at 16:00

Haha, I've got that medal (for something else, obvs). Well done Muddy!

Tattoo

Posted: 30/08/2015 at 22:05

I did volunteer at parkrun once. It was a freezing winter's day though, so no sweaty groins. I think it would be polite for those people to untie their barcode and hand it to you.

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