What would you consider to be "horrifying" ? I'll pause to let you ponder on that before continuing and won't make any suggestions of my own ...............except perhaps, a Champions League final in which Manchester United are one nil up against Barcelona with minutes to go and the Catalan team score two in extra time. Now that would be horrific! Major trauma. Pat , who gets even more animated whatching football than I do, would definitely need gas and air.
For one R.W. reader her definition of "horrified" was to find that there had been a power cut at her gym and.....heaven forbid.....she had been forced to.....wait for it.....run outside!!! She goes on to describe how exhilerating it was ......cool, fresh air!!!....and what a turning point it was. She writes to the magazine to encouirage all other treadmillaholics to follow her example. Unbelievable!
spreading down the leg. Classic sciatic!?
I forecast that an injury would force to me to ease back and that has been the case this week.
Enough mobility however to manage a short spell each day on the treadmill. 2 on Monday and Tuesday, 3 on Wednesday and Thursday. If it is a sciatic nerve problem then keeping in mobile and putting some blood through the system I believe helps. Pleanty of icing of course as well to reduce inflammation.
Still a good week to have been running less as the round of "sell ins" started for Fall/Winter 2011 with the reps coming in brandishing their wares for next winter. Reports on any exciting new product that can be made public to follow. Some of them like to keep their developments seceret for fear of rip off.
No,going back, there is absolutely no danger of me becoming addicted to indoor running. A major thaw overnight means that the local fields are clear and I shall be seeking some cool, fresh air as the R.W. letter writer describes going outdoors. Hopefully I can manage more than 3 miles. But not before I've subjected the leg to more ice treatment; luckily I've 3 ice packs.