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This is both a request for advice and a plea so I hope the MOD's don't mind, if it's an issue please message me and I'll be happy to sort something out.
Right, if I may give a little background, I currently serve in the RAF and have one tour of Afghan under my belt (so far). Recently I was diagnosed with depression and PTS (Post Traumatic Stress) which is basically a less severe form of PTSD as its not a disorder. I'm currently receiving a huge amount of help and support with SSAFA (Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Families association).
As well as receiving support from SSAFA and people around me I'm keeping myself occupied. I've started a charity challenge known as the 'Million Metre Challenge', basically im running, rowing and cycling 1000Km alone over the course of 3 months. Which works out to approximately 10Km a day. With that said, if anyone would like to support me in this please donate whatever amount you can at www.justgiving.com/pete-white .
Does anyone have any recommendations on how I approach this challenge to allow my body to recover and keep going achieving the distance?
Sorry for the long winded message.
Any help is appreciated.