Just a quick one

I woke up following yesterdays half marathon feeling a bit tender in my Sartorius (upper inner thigh) and had a slight twinge in my left ankle but felt ok otherwise.

I was a bit stiff getting around but the advice of some friends and reading up on this has helped.

I had an easy start to the day (booked the day off) and after breakfast headed out for a 10 – 15 minute run.


Don’t worry I am not mad – this wasn’t any strenuous – it was simply a way to ensure that the muscles I used yesterday got some heat and blood pumping back into then.  I felt ok with this leisurely jog but I was sweating like a loon when I got back.

Afterwards I had a soak in a cool bath before getting on with the rest of my day.

This will be the last run with my current Garmin Forerunner 210 as it has been playing up for a while (and I only got it in June).  Basically the damn thing refuses to switch off.  It takes several attempts before it manages to successfully.

I wrote to Garmin and there must be a known error as there was no quibble (after confirming my watch was less than a year old) and today they have sent me details to send my watch back for a new device to be sent to me.

At least it held up for yesterday’s race around the Royal Parks 🙂


3 Comments Add yours

  1. Thanks for the email and I am must thank you for allowing us to be a small part of your amazing adventure. You give me hope that in this world we live in, good, genuine, people who actually care, and do not only talk the talk but DO Something for the community. Thank you Keith. Ivan

    1. Keith says:

      Ivan that is very touching and very sweet of you – thank you so much for such a great comment – it means so much.

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