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« Reply #5985 on: January 11, 2022, 08:21:32 PM »
Iím working from home for the last 2 years as well. Think it definitely has an impact. Really donít want to rest it now when only started again. But also wary I donít want to kick the can down the road either until it becomes worse and need longer recover. 😢
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« Reply #5986 on: January 11, 2022, 08:48:43 PM »
Just started back running again and on first run during warm up mile I started getting Achilles pain. Not severe but restricting a bit. I know these sort of injuries can just happen but usually when increasing the load. This was literally my first run in months. So annoying when finally decided to get back into it.
I continued on and it was sore for first mile and a half or so then seemed to loosen up. But very sore next day so left it 3-4 days and tried another run. Same thing.
Again left it another decent break but same again. Just sore when starting and then really sore next day.
Really frustrating. And one any good ways of treating the Achilles that doesnít involve resting it for ages.

If itís your first run in months then it should have been a very slow 2 miler no more, your body isnít like your head thinking ah sure Iíll be grand!

Rest is best! Did a match yesterday, first since mid December, knee hurts like crazy, itís carrying all my Xmas weight! Not good
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« Reply #5987 on: January 11, 2022, 08:55:16 PM »
Just started back running again and on first run during warm up mile I started getting Achilles pain. Not severe but restricting a bit. I know these sort of injuries can just happen but usually when increasing the load. This was literally my first run in months. So annoying when finally decided to get back into it.
I continued on and it was sore for first mile and a half or so then seemed to loosen up. But very sore next day so left it 3-4 days and tried another run. Same thing.
Again left it another decent break but same again. Just sore when starting and then really sore next day.
Really frustrating. And one any good ways of treating the Achilles that doesnít involve resting it for ages.

If itís your first run in months then it should have been a very slow 2 miler no more, your body isnít like your head thinking ah sure Iíll be grand!

Rest is best! Did a match yesterday, first since mid December, knee hurts like crazy, itís carrying all my Xmas weight! Not good
It was a real slow one. And pain started in the 2nd mile.  Havenít pushed at all since, everything been round 70% pace. Rested for 6 months and was hoping to try and build up but not looking likely now!!
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« Reply #5988 on: January 11, 2022, 09:27:01 PM »
Just started back running again and on first run during warm up mile I started getting Achilles pain. Not severe but restricting a bit. I know these sort of injuries can just happen but usually when increasing the load. This was literally my first run in months. So annoying when finally decided to get back into it.
I continued on and it was sore for first mile and a half or so then seemed to loosen up. But very sore next day so left it 3-4 days and tried another run. Same thing.
Again left it another decent break but same again. Just sore when starting and then really sore next day.
Really frustrating. And one any good ways of treating the Achilles that doesnít involve resting it for ages.

If itís your first run in months then it should have been a very slow 2 miler no more, your body isnít like your head thinking ah sure Iíll be grand!

Rest is best! Did a match yesterday, first since mid December, knee hurts like crazy, itís carrying all my Xmas weight! Not good
It was a real slow one. And pain started in the 2nd mile.  Havenít pushed at all since, everything been round 70% pace. Rested for 6 months and was hoping to try and build up but not looking likely now!!

Last year I went to a sports physio for the same knee thatís flaring up now, 6/7 sessions and I was back at it, all my normal stuff and doing the Mournes about 20 times .

Mine was down to not strengthening the muscles around the joint, gyms were closed, start working on strengthening that Achilles, hopefully thatíll lessen the pressure on it
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« Reply #5989 on: January 13, 2022, 06:17:53 PM »
RIP Ashling Murphy, she was only going for a run😢
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« Reply #5990 on: January 13, 2022, 08:09:00 PM »
Absolutely horrendous  >:(

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« Reply #5991 on: January 13, 2022, 08:44:54 PM »
Absolutely horrendous  >:(
Have been thinking about it all day, I dunno if it is the runner angle of the story but I canít stop thinking about her. Imagine putting on your runners,heading out the door and that happening to you.
Itís just sickening. Some absolute sick bastards out there.
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« Reply #5992 on: January 13, 2022, 09:31:27 PM »
Four oíclock in the day. Unbelievable. I think itís the runner angle too as I would nearly feel the same. Just unbelievable that someone would have it in them to do something like this >:(

I read a while ago about eilish mccolgan and she was saying she wouldnít run at night. The worldís not a safe place for women sometimes  :(

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« Reply #5993 on: January 17, 2022, 12:57:16 PM »
Thanks @laoislad itís great news (provided I am lucky!)
Ballot results announce today, did you get in?
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« Reply #5994 on: January 17, 2022, 01:22:17 PM »
I did indeed, Iím delighted. Iíve a bit of unfinished business to deal withÖ!
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« Reply #5995 on: January 17, 2022, 01:24:10 PM »
I did indeed, Iím delighted. Iíve a bit of unfinished business to deal withÖ!
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« Reply #5996 on: January 17, 2022, 01:30:11 PM »
Iíve signed up for the 3/4 Marathon in Longwood 3 weeks before Dublin.
Will use it as the last long run before the Marathon.
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« Reply #5997 on: January 17, 2022, 01:49:29 PM »
Thanks @laoislad itís great news (provided I am lucky!)
Ballot results announce today, did you get in?

Was successful as well!! Have never ran more than 10km so this will be a big step upÖ something to aim for though and Iíve always wanted to do a marathon.

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« Reply #5998 on: January 17, 2022, 02:59:45 PM »
Dublin marathon is something else, the atmosphere around the course is brilliant and the fact itís a familiar city to me helps as well. Hopefully everyone stays injury free now and the training block goes well 🤞🏾
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« Reply #5999 on: January 17, 2022, 03:24:30 PM »
Yeah itís a good one alright. Tough though, lot of climbing for the first 15 miles or so. The atmosphere is something else right throughout the course.
Canít wait for it though, hopefully it and the Race Series go ahead.
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