Posted: Today at 13:26
You seem to forget how long I've been at this game SG.
I don't go to a physio when something goes wrong for the simple reason there is no magic wand they can wave to make the problem go away any faster than it can.
Where does the physio learn from? how do they learn? the information is just sitting there to be picked up. I picked it up. Nothing to it. Apart from studying the subject for 25 years, which I have.
There are runners who are like racing car drivers, they are very good drivers buts thats all. I'm an ok driver too, but I also designed and built the bloody car.
Maybe we should all come to you Ric, as you're basically saying you're as much of an expert as any physio
Can I book some time in?
Samir, I think we have our answer then son. If you didn't see any gates, and didn't do any offroad, then you took a quicker shortcut route
Reminds me of a bootleg win I had in a 4.7mile (!) race once. There was also a 2.3 (!) mile fun run on.
I'd won the longer race, and then about 20mins later a guy heard my winning time, and reckoned he'd done it quicker, so must have won.
Except, he hadn't actually won the shorter race, hadn't at any stage led the longer race, and got his time mixed up anyway. Sheer farce.
Bus, just really the sitting cramped doing much harm, just wasn't really fuelled up, and just didn't fancy another drive and going flat out, miles from home etc. All seemed a bit pointless. Instead I had a nice 13miler, 6.55ish. Tight now, but I'm hoping Ric can fix me