to do some more and it's not working in 5.0. Bit of a bugger but I'll see what I can do. Ta for the advice.
at the end of last year as an overweight runner, I'd say the shins are going to hurt no matter what - it's part the deal. As I understand it (and I'm no expert) it's where the muscley bits attach to the bone getting torn and then they'll repair themselves
at the front of your shins. Get some expert opinon(s) before lashing out on lots of dif pairs of trainers. I know lots of people swear by orthotics, but I would suggest you try not to use them as a first solution - they are expensive and will not correct
is smirnoff ice good for running?experts comments appreciated Ale is better. Guinness gives you strength They do say you should ice regularly after a run... depends if you're drinking it and running at the same time i did drink this on wedsnesday
and that seemed to work OK for me, but this one has more runs per week so...?sorry about rambling on a bit but any help from other runners would be very much appreciated!!!Tazi Hi I'm no expert but I think these are quite flexible............I would move
in during the 2nd half. I was dreadfully dehydrated and it's at least an hour before I can tolerate anything at all so its not pleasant. This has been the case for my last 3 marathons. hi,i would like some nutritional advice, I m training for my 4th
that there is an "economic, technical or organisational (ETO) reason entailing changes in the workforce.” Unless I'm wrong, surely that could apply to almost anything?Any advice would be appreciated. Here's something useful-looking on redundancy payment enttlement TUPE is a
what its like !Thanks every1 ! Nessie,Thanks for the TK Maxx tip, just popped in during my lunch hour :-) Miss B, make sure you get measured & fitted properly....by an expert! Thought i started this thread with "Morning ladies".......mmmmm!! Sportsjocks
- hence more comfortable. And very popular too. I have Look pedals they seem ok to me but im no expert.
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