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Skipped my long run this weekend

Monday, August 08, 2011

All great intentions, but woke with a headache, a sore throat and ears... so no run for me today. The headache I think is tied to my sore back muscles, so I've been working on stretching those out today... I have a massage scheduled on Saturday, so hope I can last until then without too much pain. As for the sore throat, I've been drinking tea and smoothies today... the Banana soft serve (frozen banana, cocoa & almond milk) was perfect for desert, felt wonderful on my throatd

No long run until next weekend. Fitness this week is with the kids... hopefully I can run up and down the driveway at some point, while they play outside... and we'll walk on the beach...



Next weekends plan
- Saturday: Long run, quick shower, followed by a massage by my favourite massage therapist!
- Sunday: Short run & Kayak



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  • v TO_BE_FIT
    Hope you are feeling better. emoticon
    1813 days ago
  • v WIFEALF
    feel better
    1813 days ago
  • v LKEITHO
    Always best to give yourself a bit of a break when you're fighting a bug. I hope you feel better soon!
    1814 days ago
  • v JERSEYGIRL24
    I agree with the previous comment. In October I was all set to run/walk my first 5K, and I came down with bronchitis two days before. I did not realize at the time what it was, but I was exhausted and sweating. Not to mention that it was chilly on the day of the race. I still haven't done it. Another time.

    Please take care of yourself. Hope you are feeling better!!!
    1814 days ago
  • v BUTTERFLYAT38
    emoticon emoticon emoticon Your body tells you when it needs rest. Great that your listening. Stay hydrated and rest well. !
    1815 days ago
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