W3R3 on hold :o(

Up and out at 6.30, but during the warm up walk it felt one like of the toes on my right foot wasn't quite in the right place (like cramp, but sort of joined with the toe next to it??), when I started to run I found I was trying to run on the side of my foot to avoid pressing on my toes. I've got a big walk planned for tomorrow (Snowdon, look out for me on the news if the weathers worsens!) so given up trying today in case I scupper the walk by running funny (technical term).

Have a great weekend everyone! Pam x


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  • Ouch.. sounds uncomfortable, and intriguing...?

    Keep your eye on it...(not literally) :) maybe massage?

    Hope your walk goes well...how beautiful...hope it is clear for you.

    I found a little Snowdon Hat, this week, in a tidy up...which my Dad bought for me when he took me up there, when I was about 12...happy memory.

    Have a lovely day and take care...you need to be up and running next week:)

  • Maybe your laces were too tight Pam? Or were your socks too small? I usually have to stretch my socks before I put them on otherwise my toes feet "tight" and cramped. Just a thought. Enjoy your walk tomorrow and don't get lost!

  • I agree, too tightly laced shoes can do this. Make sure your feet feel comfy in your socks before you put your shoes on, then check they are still comfy after doing your laces. Sounds silly but it works.

  • See if it goes away..

  • That happens to my daughter if her feet get very cold ! It's poor circulation ! She overcomes it by thermals on very cold days !

  • Thank you my dears, I'll have a look at laces next week, you're a good bunch!

    Currently in a b&b at the foot of Snowdon with a log fire, bottle of wine and a curry. Total nightmare ๐Ÿ˜‰

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