Category Archives: juneathon

And there it was. Gone.

“Rest” It was a beautiful evening when I left work, and I promised myself that I’d go for a cycle round Richmond Park if it was still lovely when I got home.  As I sat in traffic, my get up and … Continue reading

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All Hail The Miracle Baked Bean Cure

“30 mins alternate run/walk” It looks like the miracle baked bean cure has worked its wonders after just one week, because my run/walk was *whispers* niggle free. In other news, I can confirm that it is possible for a toe … Continue reading

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A cunning plan

“Rest” If I blog now, I can say with complete honesty that I have spent the day so far resting 😀 … … and gloss over the fact that I am eating breakfast whilst dressed in cycling kit 😉

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Still an onion of idiocy

“Very easy Park Run if you like.  Otherwise Rest.” I thought I was being so sensible.  On Wednesday, as my knee was still niggling, I thought I’d remove all temptation and I signed up to volunteer at Queen Elizabeth parkrun.  I … Continue reading

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Stir crazy

“Rest – walking is encouraged.” Bored now. I used to dream of rest weeks, but five days into this one and I’m climbing the walls, or at least I would be if I thought my knee would be up to … Continue reading

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By popular demand

“Rest – walking is encouraged.” I’ve been inundated* by people wanting to know more about the miracle baked bean cure.  So, on the understanding that this does not constitute real medical advice for which you need to visit an actual doctor, … Continue reading

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Broken record

“Rest – walking is encouraged.” I wish bodies were modular.  If I could swap out my left knee, I’d be absolutely fine.  As it is, I’m fretting. PM*: I’m broken.  The grand slam is off.  I’m doomed. SM**: Don’t be … Continue reading

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