even support the same football team! We're going to work on keeping me fit, preparing for the time on my feet and getting me ready to run-walk on the day. I'm looking forward to the teamwork and camaraderie, within the forum and the team – the six
with the extra weeks of effort, I'd crack that time! My tip for anyone who doesn't already do it is to apply cotton wool with zinc oxide tape over your nipples. It worked a treat. Someone tell footballer Tony Cottee. Ouch! Helen O'Rourke, 4:38I loved your weekly
to run, and I got into middle school and ran track. I wasn’t good at football or baseball or basketball. So running was my sport, and then from there into swimming. Cycling was last, which is logical. Not everybody has a bike around. It’s easy to swim
shorts wearer, I haven’t worn tracksters since the early 90s. The only down side is when the gritting lorries go by and spray stones at me - ouch! SyM.es I put it down to years spent playing football and rugby. I wouldn't have been seen dead wearing
Pacino's speech is shown by a lot of football managers before big matches. Back Seat Boy "A marathon runner needs to realise that the competition is not the other runners but the little voice inside your head telling you to quit." Philippa (Pip) Blick
turn to close the loop, to run alongside my own son, I am just not up to it? In the previous 10 years I had let my penchant for food and drink get the better of me, to the point where I was living off the memories of the guy who used to play football
Fancy trying your hand as guest editor? Simply drop us a line explaining in 20 words or less why you’re suitable for the jobHot to trot... Winter wonderland It’s cold, wet, foggy, I'm constantly tired, my toes and fingers are frozen and I can't see any of the scenery because ...
Sunday in September 2004 and I'd been thinking for a while that I really ought to take up some kind of sport to keep myself fit. Just finished the ironing, hubby was watching the football and I shouted through "I'm going for a run" It certainly got his
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