've used up all your glycogen stores and feel rubbish and are struggling to go on.'Blowing up' - You went out too fast and have overheated, blown a gasket. You thought a 38 min 10k was do-able...and you started off ok, but then it all went horribly wrong
to blow up. mmmmm cheese Well at least they hit it, last time they tried to hit a planetary body, they did - a bit too hard! Something to do with metric & imperial units not being the same... They wanted to know if it was made of cheese. Helen liz wrote
When ever i run recently my right calf blows up and stop me from running.i'm ok on the bike and when i swim it's just when i run can anyone give me some advice? Does any shrapnel fly out? Get to a physio followed by a running shop to get your gait
up. 20 miles 2:58 then splat.On the plus side I am blowing up later and later in marathons. fantastic - you will 'get ' the distance eventually, then 'upgrade' to ultras :) Yup, thanks DG, and in posting on this thread I can proudly claim everything
looked like a blow up version of Jordan, except worse. The country ?? machine gums, sounds interesting, can you get them on mail order?I think I've seen something similar before ... dear God it was really rather concerning.What a job - "I put the real
I thinking about going on the sub 4:05 training plan. With a pb of 3:12, do I have enough in the bank to pull it off? Dunno....might be tough. Don't expect too much of yourself right off the bat. These ultimate challenges take time, you know! It's risky, so I think you should con...
of breakthrough run, where all the recent fitness gains seem to catch up and finally translate into faster easy running. Maybe it was one of those. Whatever - it was 10k easy with most of it around 5.20 per km pace (about 8.30 pace for those still in miles
gpod Ivibrator wow - my blow up doll didn't even come with nipples.... :-(couldn't tune in Radio Moscow
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