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Support Group 1 - Mudchute 2013

Posted: 18/04/2013 at 20:24

Evening all,

Sorry Caz for not getting on her sooner.  Was good to chat on FB the other day.

You know my forum name and real name.

Running number is 54788

Time to Mile 17 about 3.5 hours so about 2pm.

Mr Prawnie's running number is 24112.

I'm going to leave a couple of gels at the Expo with our details on them, other than that a big hug from you SC will be all we need.

Just wanted to say a big THANK YOU to Super Caz for doing all the running around this year.

We're running together and will be wearing orange T-shirts with FAB on the front.

London Marathon 2013 - Runners & Supporters

Posted: 08/01/2013 at 14:37

Sister Bad Habit
Mrs Warkie

Cake (stopping to hug Caz spin her around and will give the same treatment to any other poor sod why can't run away quick enought)
Dave Wood 4 and Dan WoodWarkie
Lee the Pea
Lady Wot Jogs
kittenkat (hopefully not stopping, no offence)
Loon (definitely stopping and expecting lots of hugs)
Mr Puffy. No Pain Nykie (I had a group last year but only at the last minute, so didn't really get to know people)
Ricardo86 Straycelt                                                                                                                              Night Nurse
Prawnie (& Mr Prawnie running his first marathon)

Sports Bra

Posted: 20/12/2012 at 13:43

I've tried all sorts and found that the shock absorber run one is good, also the panache are good too.  I get mine from less bounce, tried the M&S ones but felt they didn't have the same amount of support.

Good luck.

Asthmatic running advice

Posted: 29/11/2012 at 15:25

Ditto what Cake says, I'm asthmatic too and always used to take my inhaler with me on every run.  It was like a comfort blanket more than anything else.

Eventually I was discharged from the asthma clinic at my doctors as the running had hugely improved my breathing.

Running in cold weather with asthma

Posted: 23/11/2012 at 10:33

I'm like Schmunkee and wear a buff over my nose and mouth as this helps warm up the air.

Losing it with Nam and Bear

Posted: 17/08/2012 at 11:29

Hey SC, yeah it has been ages.

I'm glad things are progressing for you and will keep my fingers crossed that everything works out.

As you say other things are taking a priority at the moment but I'm sure you'll get back into exercise again soon.

Losing it with Nam and Bear

Posted: 16/08/2012 at 09:59

Morning all,

Well done on logging your food SC, it's a start.  I'm sure you'll get back into exercise soon.

Good luck with SW GFB, hubby did that for a while and found it good.  Alcohol is empty calories so that will help too.  Hard to do I know.

Hi Sarah, Jess Ennis does have fantastic abs. Mind you the have less than 10% body fat on them so they're bound to have fantastic abs. 

That's the reason I don't go swimming much anymore, fed up of kids getting in the way.  Pools don't seem to like putting lanes in for general swimmers.  It's really annoying.

Losing it with Nam and Bear

Posted: 15/08/2012 at 10:26

Morning all,

Long time for me too.  Still running and doing my personal training sessions.  I also need to get my arse in gear.  Still in the 9's but would rather like to get under 9 and a half.  Currently 9st 10.  My next two targets for this year are to run a 10k in under 60 mins, current pb is 62 mins, and also learn to swim front crawl properly without thinking I can't breath and am going to drown.

SC, good to see you back.  Hope the new job/home are going well.

Losing it with Nam and Bear

Posted: 25/06/2012 at 18:58

Evening all,

Long time not speak, hope everyone is ok and the weight loss is going well.

ITB it must be the lack of chips etc, good luck with the IM though.  I'm sure you will be fine.

I've just completed the North Downs 30k Run, yesterday.  It was very wet and muddy but surprisingly a good race, not cleaned my shoes yet though. Should really do that tonight and get them out of the bag, stop then festering.

Losing it with Nam and Bear

Posted: 23/04/2012 at 14:58
Thanks for the support it was very much appreciated. Finished in 5 hours 22 mins, which is a new pb by 14 mins.
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