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Without a doubt yesterday's half-marathon was the most difficult run I've ever taken on. Not because of the distance but because the course was hill after hill after hill after hill. I'm not exaggerating. There was a 2 mile stretch in the middle that was flat but the rest of course was almost all hills. I learned a valuable lesson in researching a race before signing up for it. If I had known what the course was like I wouldn't have chosen it as my first half-marathon experience.
Frustrated, I decided because they were the only change in my running routine the blame lie with my shoes and I threw them away as soon as I got home from the doctor. Despite being discouraged and wondering if I was even physically able to participate in long distance running I decided I wasnít ready to give up and noted on my Outlook calendar the date of my return to running 3 months, to the day, in the future. The biggest challenge during the 3 months would be not gaining back the weight
It was December and I finished my first ever 8 mile run and felt pretty damn proud of myself, visions of a finisher's medal appearing in my head. Until the next morning and I wake up to stinging pain in my right hip. Itís a rest day, i.e. a day I donít run, so I limp around hoping it will go away before my next run day. Run day comes, pain is still there but I decide to ďrun through itĒ. I make it about half a mile before admitting itís not going away that easily. I take a week off, try to
One of the great things about GeezersGamers.com is that it gathers together gamers who break the common stereotypes of gamers: male, young, no life, no mate, living in parentís basement, never goes outside and is unfit. Like most of you who visit this site, very few of those labels describe me, a gamer for 30+ years. (Sorry kids, it was in my generation in which video gaming for the masses was born). Iím definitely male but at 44 I canít be described as young and with a wife, 4 children