Peter Everitt


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Help Please - Recipie suppliment from latest RW Mag (binned it by mistake!)

Posted: 09/01/2017 at 16:15

There's a curry in this lot:

http://www.runnersworld.co.uk/nutrition/recipes-for-runners/12010.html

Things you want to say but can't

Posted: 05/01/2017 at 11:09

^^ - Yet 2 young girls are killed in a hit and run and nobody seems to give a s**t

New Year's resolutions

Posted: 01/01/2017 at 18:34

I don't do NY resolutions as if something is worth doing, I don't need to wait until 1st of Jan to start. I do hope though for this year to start getting fitter and if possible, get back to doing 5 and 10ks. And if I can get round to refitting my kitchen, that'd be great!

Vulcan XH558 you tube clip of the Eastbourne 2015 display

Posted: 29/12/2016 at 18:06

No need to bid Muttley, you can buy a visit for engine runs and next year there should be fast taxying days. There's another at Bruntingthorpe iirc which will also give you a howl or two! It was on the Guy Martin documentary earlier this year.

Coeliac advice/experinces

Posted: 29/12/2016 at 15:50

Thanks Scott, glad things are improving for you too. Have you had a look at Fodmap? Don't follow it myself however do notice how some foods listed do give me issues such as apples. It's no so much about avoiding the listed foods, just controlling quantities. As for alcohol, it would have to be desperate for me to give up, a nice glass of red now and then or a good beer, top stuff

Edited for age related memory lapse! Scott, sorry I forgot you'd already mentioned being on Fodmap, as you were!

Vulcan XH558 you tube clip of the Eastbourne 2015 display

Posted: 29/12/2016 at 15:34
Muttley wrote (see)

Boing!

A wee pressie from Muttley Jnr ... a plaque commemorating X-ray Hotel 558, one of a series made from parts of the old lady herself.

He is definitely in my good books.

Lots of good stuff on the Vulcan website too, well worth a look. Plus they auction off old parts too...

Coeliac advice/experinces

Posted: 26/12/2016 at 16:18

So, was tested for coeliac in September (endoscopy, not the nicest experience I've ever had but over fairly quickly) and got the results finally in November as a negative, so that was good. The consultant did say though that due to the positive result of the exclusion diet back in Feb, it would be best to continue on a gluten free diet.

Now been doing it since October barring a few lapses (mostly beer on holiday) and gradually things are noticeably improving. Since I first had problems back in 2010, my resting HR in the mornings was rarely ever at pre-issue levels. But this month (inbetween colds and viruses) I've had quite a few completely normal readings and when I've felt good I've felt really good and bouncing with energy! Started going back to pilates classes which I haven't done regularly for over a year and today, had a gentle non-stop 1.3 mile trot round my regular route. The proof of the pudding will be how I feel over the next couple of days, if okay then perhaps another go soon. Finally feel like I might be getting somewhere.

How Can You Still Be A Runner When You Can't Run?

Posted: 21/12/2016 at 18:25

I still think myself a runner despite a 6 1/2 year enforced absence. The thought of getting back to it keeps me keen and I like to ensure I have some decent trainers ready in boxes for that day when it comes.

Things you want to say but can't

Posted: 19/12/2016 at 16:20

Dear politicians. Whilst I'm pleased the phrase 'let me be clear' seems to be fading away at last, stop saying 'the ordinary people'. Apart from being condescending and rude, who exactly are you referring to anyway? Show some genuine respect!

Running watch which one?

Posted: 09/12/2016 at 10:11

If he's been running for a couple of months I'd ditch the watch and get him some vouchers to spend with a good physio. He'll be glad of them when the time comes!

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Discussions started by Peter Everitt

A t-shirt and a free entry in 2017?

Surely the 1,000,000 finisher could have been celebrated a bit better than that! 
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Coeliac advice/experinces

Interested in other's experiences in recovery 
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For f**ks sake!

Seriously? 
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Lunch...

What are you having? 
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What's your drinking nationality?

Own up, are you Belarusian?! 
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General tax advice sought

Small additional earnings outside of PAYE. 
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Vulcan XH558 you tube clip of the Eastbourne 2015 display

Incredible shots from Beachy Head... 
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How much of your life do you waste looking at s**te on the internet?

Far too much in my case... 
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Last Post: 19/08/2015 at 12:00

Beer!

Any recommendations? 
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The perfect Christmas present...

for the grumpy pedants amongst us. 
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Beer!

Some recommendations please! 
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Glad I'm not North Korean!

I'd be in a lot of trouble.. 
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What's with the massive video advert halfway down the threads?

Why not ditch the forum and just have adverts! 
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Last Post: 01/02/2014 at 13:41

no-tool-bar-in-my-posting-box

As above 
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Are the RW forums running slowly?

Or is it just my old computer? 
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