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SPARK_COACH_JEN Posts: 58,913
4/2/12 6:45 A

I'd agree that after would probably be the best idea.

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4/2/12 5:04 A

24-48 hours after.

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4/2/12 4:27 A

I belong to a social voucher site, which sends out daily deals for different activites etc at a reduced deal. I recently got a voucher for an hour long sports massage, for 12 rather than the 45 it usually costs. I brought it with the intention of indulging after the half marathon I'll be running in two weeks time, but I've noticed that the opening times of the centre don't include weekends.

Would it make any difference to have the massage in the week before the haf marathon whilst I'm on my Easter Holidays, or would it be best to wait til after and try to get there after school?

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