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DT19 said:When your physio says on Wednesday lunchtime that you can resume running, do you think he will mean that in 6 hours time you can run a competitive 10k trail race?
oh yes- well as the TTT master, The Dan has unfettered discretion. Thank f--k for Mace and his current moob based state!
On the topic of weight/bmi I was chatting to a professional footballer (plays for sheff united) in the gym last week. According to his player stats he is 5'10 and weighs 10,3. That would essentially be the equivalent to me being just over 10 stone. I couldn't imagine being nearly a stone lighter.
I am doing this 10k race tonight. I have owned my trail shoes for 4 years and worn them less than once per year so it will be a well needed outing for them.
Ha ha...first thing I noted was Maces weight still too high!
I was surprised how low it was. Though this was player stats off the Internet. I didn't ask him this. That contrasted to the rugby match I went to the previous week where you get all the player stats in the programme. I think there were only 3 players with a weight in the 70'skg. There was a full back or fly half who was 72kg and about my height.
Do you have one of those bp monitors at home, Muddy? I've had one for a few years and check now and again.
9LB increase Muddy...is that lack of training and more time to eat crap? I tend to find I am all in or all out i.e if I can't train I think sod it, I just as well ignore good eating as well.
Good luck with physio today. Hopefully she will give you the go ahead to race in what will now be a very muddy affair later.
I've not checked my bp in while. It was checked so much in January, I got bored of it.
Which limb would you classify as being a minor one?