to eat for the rest of the day. Had to persuade my Hubbie whose not a runner that I was about to expire after my last long run!I'm doing the Bath half this sunday and I'm worried it'll happen again. Any home remedies, words of wisdom would be welcomed.
random head winds and was a hot day, I was a few minutes slower than I wanted. All the people I talked to found it hard this year. Great race however nice set up i like it. I prefer Wisdom FirmA real runners toothbrush imho
to be working at the moment. I think I am just in an injury phase of my programme (if possible) but if anyone has a little nugget of wisdom to share I would be very grateful. Cheers Are you doing anything apart from stretching at the moment?
I'm getting about 1/2 mile difference over a 6 mile run between my Garmin in conjunction with a footpod and the Endomondo App on the smartphone, with about a .5 min/mile difference in pace. I wondered what the common wisdom is in terms of which
after 48 hours to run as long as no complications. I had a wisdom tooth out a couple of weeks ago. That afternoon, I went on a brisk walk. The next day I ran seven miles. Mind you, it didn't really stop bleeding for four days . Just saying, you
Had a wisdom tooth taken out in a simple pliers only procedure earlier today (mid morning)... want to run tonight - is this advisable?My advice card says 'Avoid violent excercise' - I don't think running is violent, others I spoke to say 'tis so
this long before.What wisdom do you have...? ive only done it onceYoull get sick of sweet stuff, so take something savoury to eat as well Run. Turn left. Repeat for a while.Turn round.Run. Turn right. Repeat for a while.Turn round.;o)The experts
last night for 4m and had one of those runs where you feel like doing a 'Rocky on the steps' - it was bloody fantastic. Brighton 10k here I come.So,thanks for the wisdom. And God Bless Asics. Way to go, Pitstop !No stopping you now !
Hi allI only seem to get on with asics trainers but in their wisdom asics appear to rebrand their trainers every so often. So if anybody knows what asics gel 1150 have morphed into , can you let me knowMany thanks Asics do loads of different
an injury! Conventional wisdom seems to be that if the cough is in the neck or above you are ok to go running. If it has entered the chest then avoid running till it is better.I personally take Omega 3/6 oils (the essential fatty acids) and don't get colds
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