days after my marathon. My calf muscles felt a bit sore after, but everything else felt great. He found the strain I had in my upper thigh, and showed me how to feel the scar tissue! He also showed me how to self-massage this area, but I’ve not really
told me it would be. Thanks to the spectator who gave me a can of Fosters at 9 miles. A must do race!" - james 6199100%15 ratings3The Easy Runner Sodbury Slog, South Gloucestershire(11/12/06) "From hills that never end to boggy water up to mid thigh
the steep downhill, just after the Lucozade station please! Thank you! See you all next year?"Click here for one RW staffer's own report of the Windsor Half Marathon. Her thighs are still recovering.The New Forest Half Marathon gave Windsor a run for its
out of bed and done it...again! I love my body shape, the thunder thighs are more a heavy rain storm now. And I'm eating carbs again, only now it's basmati rice or pasta instead of bread and chips. I reward myself with the occasional bar of chocolate
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 ...
that. – VelociraptorSpending five months recovering from cartilage damage, then getting on a bike for the first time, falling off it in the office car park while stationary and wrenching a thigh muscle, leading to another two months off. What a fool
For the week ending 2 March 2009Hot to trot...Post-Run Pleasures Some research suggests certain kinds of exercise led to cravings for certain foods. After a long winter run, I absolutely must have hot tea and toasted teacakes with real butter and perhaps marmalade. Anyone else? ...
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