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or on grassland. Thanks for your help. Go to a running shop and let them advise you, as much as knowledge can be offered here it's no substitute for going to a running shop and letting them experts help you out. Thanks for the advice.
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'm no expert though, so i would give a physio or two a ring, for some advice. Mine has completely gone now, since physio.
to some expert and look for professional approach for disk problem. as spinal problems can be real danger in future. also you can try for inversion therapies techniques too by having exper advice. ???why are you bumping up posts written donkey's years ago?
Hi, need some expert advice here,hoping someone can help ?Running the FLM09 as a beginner, been building to slower long runs of 10miles at the weekend (incl 2 short quick runs in the week), feeling really good, until last week. Had flu from
on track? Mattly, My advice would be to carry on with your schedule but do not try and make up all the miles you lost. I am no expert and am only doing my second FLM but I would continue the schedule and maybe add the odd mile onto the remaining long runs
the Mizuno shoe test online and I am a mild over pronater. I'm new to running so not an expert in any way but I went to my local Up & Running store in Leeds and they gave me really great advise. I'd find my nearest specialist running retailer
for them from the Asics store in London, after having foot scans/Being filmed on a running machine etc and taking sound advice from experts. The trainers I are Asics Cumulus 13 and it would seem that, because they are a fairly stiff shoe, the push off
Hi guys, where better to come for advice than the fountain of all knowledge!!!i'm running 3/4 times a week with long ones every other sunday, ive recently joined up with some mates for team triathlons and alike....me doing the running, ive lost
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