I am allowed to RUN!!

....for a WHOLE MILE!!

H'rah and about blummen time! My last very painful run was a month ago. Now I can do a mile, have a rest day, do,two miles, have a rest day and then do 3. I've a way to go with exercises and training myself to run "properly" so I don't get injured again. But I can get back on the program soon and hopefully I'll get it finished. Fingers crossed and what a relief :-)

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  • Crossed fingers here for you. X

  • Good luck, Ali! Sounds like you're nearly there :)

  • Oh well done Allie! What a relief. Take care out there!

  • Yes! Glad to read this, enjoy running again!!

  • Yippee..it's been along haul for you AllieG!!Take care tho!!

  • Was that a sigh of relief I hear! Great news for you, I hope all goes well, take it steady and fingers crossed. Happy running. 😊

  • Absolutely FAB-U-LOUS news Allie !

    I am so , so pleased for you xxx

    The IC is always full of lovely, lovely people but nowt beats the feeling of getting out there .

    Good Luck and take it easy :-) xxx

  • Good luck and keep taking care of yourself!

  • Hooray! Hope it goes well.

  • Great news :) but...

    3 miles on your 3rd day back running after a month off and not having graduated? Perhaps you'd be better to make that intervals of running/walking. It still seems like a very steep increase in running. Be careful!!

  • I know... I'm just back from the mile I was allowed to do, and it was okay. Not great, but okay. I'm going to stick to the mile for the first few times and yes, I was thinking of doing intervals again before picking up the program again on week 6. To give the physio his due he did say ONLY if you are pain free. I know it will take a few weeks yet, but it did feel good to be out there again! No Laura, no music, just me and the birds and sunshine.

  • Respek!

  • Sounds like a good plan.

    Glad you've got out there again - sounds great with the birds and sunshine :)

  • Thanks folks :-))

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