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    Today's Injuries

    Lets hope that unlike 'todays training' this thread stays as short as possible - however afraid I'm gonna start - left achilles flared up again after xc race over a fortnight ago so no running since - but off to gym in 15 mins totest it on cross-trainer and may be tempted by treadmill for 10 mins.

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    Doh! I knew I shouldn't have read this thread before I went out for my safe little road run.

    Somehow managed to trip over a piece of wire, and am now feeling very sorry for myself. One bruised and swollen kneecap, 2 skinned elbows, 2 sore hands and wrists and a sore rib!!

    Fell over twice on Kentmere Pike last Thursday and sustained no injuries like these. Blooming tarmac! I knew I didn't like it

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Juicer View Post
    Doh! I knew I shouldn't have read this thread before I went out for my safe little road run.

    Somehow managed to trip over a piece of wire, and am now feeling very sorry for myself. One bruised and swollen kneecap, 2 skinned elbows, 2 sore hands and wrists and a sore rib!!

    Fell over twice on Kentmere Pike last Thursday and sustained no injuries like these. Blooming tarmac! I knew I didn't like it
    Sorry to hear that.
    Are you marathon training then?

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    Ouch!!

    Yeah! Had a rush of endorphins and carried on with the run. Regretted it after half hour though and limped home :-(

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    Bad news - can hardly move today my ribs are hurting so much.
    Good news - I haven't gone to work!! (Driving the car on the school run was an ordeal itself)

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    I'm still injured, and it's not looking like i'm going to be back running for a while,(problems with right calf) i guess i'll have to bite the bullett and start working out in a gym... God thats boring! Oh well we must do whats right... If this doesn't work i'm jacking it all in, running should be fun and easy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Multiterrainer View Post
    Lets hope that unlike 'todays training' this thread stays as short as possible - however afraid I'm gonna start - left achilles flared up again after xc race over a fortnight ago so no running since - but off to gym in 15 mins totest it on cross-trainer and may be tempted by treadmill for 10 mins.
    i would avoid the treadmill it could make it worse try a football pitch or just go for a long walk..

    keep having a sligfht niggle on me rightfoot on the arch, think it could be shoes due to switch in the next 3 weeks and orthotics are ready for fitting next week.. other than that no new injurys at all..

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    keep having a sligfht niggle on me rightfoot on the arch, think it could be shoes due to switch in the next 3 weeks and orthotics are ready for fitting next week.. other than that no new injurys at all..

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    I felt niggle on the arch of my right foot 2 months ago. Only just returning to running. The dreaded Planter Fasciitis. Gutted! Was thinking of getting orthotics made. Are they okay in fell/ trail shoes?

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    A MASSIVE blood blister on the big toe on my right foot bloomin new shoes I suspect!

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    Quote Originally Posted by emmilou View Post
    A MASSIVE blood blister on the big toe on my right foot bloomin new shoes I suspect!
    Snap! My new shoes made a bit of a mess of the skin on my right heel... lesson for today "two pairs of socks with new footwear". Mental note.
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