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    Man Flu

    Second dose for 2009, which promps the question.

    Shall I run though it?

    I seem to remember being told that if its above the throat you should train, below it rest.

    Have a cough now so im think the "sensible" thing in this case would be... rest

    Thoughts and opinions would be most welcome.

    G

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    Re: Man Flu

    G

    Send me an email...

    H

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    Re: Man Flu

    Quote Originally Posted by Ginge View Post
    Second dose for 2009, which promps the question.

    Shall I run though it?

    I seem to remember being told that if its above the throat you should train, below it rest.

    Have a cough now so im think the "sensible" thing in this case would be... rest

    Thoughts and opinions would be most welcome.

    G
    Rest and it'll pass sooner
    Hills and Guinness!

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    Re: Man Flu

    Ah!

    That explains your absence from tonights reps. You missed a good session - 8 x 400 and 200s.

    Hope you're using some of that sick bed time to check out some good routes on the map!

    Will you be up and running by the weekend?

    Lots of sympathy - hope you're being looked after - hot toddy etc! Such a terrible ailment; man flu.

    Stef

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    Re: Man Flu

    Running helps you "sweat it out" but if you stil feel bad then leave it alone. I find training either makes me a lot feel better or makes me feel only a bit worse so might be worth a gamble

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    Re: Man Flu

    I have had septic tonsilis for 6 weeks, and i went yesterday to Holland & Barratt, and after just one teaspoon of this ...

    Colloidal Silver is said to act as an anti-biotic, antiseptic, anti-fungal, anti-inflammatory, anti-microbial.

    My sore throat has cleared completely!

    So, if you want to run, and want to get rid of the sore throat, maybe try this too...

    Also good for bruises and cuts...

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    Re: Man Flu

    Hi All,

    Thanks for the responses. I did 4 miles yesterday and didnt feel to bad but it has made my cough worse so im going to take this evening off and see what happens tomorrow.

    Gutted I missed the intervals, its a great quality session.

    Been looking at the maps stef, dont your worry, probably wont go too far this weekend though.

    Mrs Ginge has man flu too so i have had to self medicate with brandy its not all bad.

    Graeme

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    Re: Man Flu

    Ive finally got if after reading everyone having it for the past few weeks and months. Woop Woop!

    My manager was a total cock when i rung up saying i cant work tonight.

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    Re: Man Flu

    Quote Originally Posted by Al Fowler View Post
    Ive finally got if after reading everyone having it for the past few weeks and months. Woop Woop!

    My manager was a total cock when i rung up saying i cant work tonight.
    All managers for Sainsburys are Titheads!

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    Re: Man Flu

    Quote Originally Posted by NirvanaBliss View Post
    All managers for Sainsburys are Titheads!
    Now don't sugar coat it NB. Tell it how it is!

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