So on with the plasters. I've got a line of them down the backs of my legs. Marco totally freaked out, as he said it looks like nipples. I kinda feel like a coo. But hey, they seem to have worked. Or maybe it was the rest or just generally time since the race... I was a bit cautious when I started out this morning, but all is good.
Tom - maybe this is something you could try?
I was up at the crack of dawn. Although I love light mornings, it does mean I'm as bright as a button from about 5am - much to Marco's disgust. I headed out at 8am to a gorgeous spring morning. Although there was a strong and chilly wind, it was bright and clear. Fabulous views of the surrounding hills and the snow-capped Ben Lomond.
I haven't done the Balloch horseshoe circuit since December. Namely because I sickened myself off it. It's a glorious 10 mile route - killer hills for the first few miles - on country roads. I finished the horseshoe in 1:13:32 and home 1:22:11. (The last time I did the course 1:15:54 and 1:24:20). Splits were 8.37, 8.29, 9.38, 8.22, 8.38, 8.02, 7.55, 7.16, 7.13, 7.51, 7.39 (average 8.12). My aim is get under 1:20, but I'll wait until after the WHW race.
Those magnetic thingies look, erm, interesting. But hey, anything that's drug free is worth a try.
Good to see you back out training quickly after FLM. Well done on your time :)
Yes, er, distinctly nipplish. Moo!
I stretch my hams lying on my back on the floor using a towel to pull back each leg by hooking it over each foot in turn. You get a really good stretch and there's no chance of being assaulted by suckling bovines.
I think I am going to try EVERYTHING including witchcraft (I am serious) to cure my hamstrings.
Towels and Magnets or Sticks maybe come first though. I tried ultrasound and massage today.
Good to see you recovering well!
Don't push too hard though since your muscles are vulnerable now after the FLM.
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