Billy Idle

That’s me – been doing little exercise of late – been super cautious now and hopefully will resume running next week.

Week 8 without a run, although I could have done a heap more swimming or bike riding. It’s just that I have to time the swimming or I’ll find the lanes get too congested – 1 other in my lane is congested, I mean how dare they? Bike riding is less of a challenge and I have Harry my eldest as a motivator, however the hills always gave me grief the day after.

I put a new saddle and bell on my bike on Monday; I’d swear they’re worth more than the bike itself! Adjusted the saddle too high and tried a little spin down my driveway and fell off and chewed up my right shin, bruised my left knee and sprained my right wrist – must have looked great – t shirt, shorts and thongs.

Be thankful for every run you do without an injury because this is torture.

 

 

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About offthelongrun

Born in the UK in 1961 - I migrated to Australia in 1991. I've never been overweight, but I drink and eat too much and probably run too much nowadays!
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3 Responses to Billy Idle

  1. Andrew(AJH) says:

    You are doing it tough aren’t you!

    You’ll have to ditch Harry and come for a longer ride with me, I reckon!

    I’ve fallen off in my drive way a couple of times due to cleat-related incidents (ie forgetting to unclip), fortunately though haven’t injured myself, falling onto grass both times.

  2. morseyruns says:

    I also added a super expensive seat to my ride- I can’t even begin to say out loud how much it cost- so I feel the pain there. And obviously being prone to a stack I know how that feels too! Hope you heal well.
    You should try doing crazy weaving backstroke when someone looks like joining your lane- or come up with something to put them off completely!

  3. sassydrcil says:

    Like piddle in the pool, Sara?
    Haggis- sheep gizzards with black pepper. Sausages are the same, different animal though.

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