AmyG wrote:So glad you had a clean report!!
AmyG wrote:Dude, you keep making dem gainz!!
Do you hate running on a treadmill? When I lived in Alaska I'd run as long as it was -20F or warmer. Any colder and it was a treadmill day. On the other hand, when i was in Oklahoma if it was above 80F I kept myself inside on a treadmill!
Jannine wrote:I find it much easier to run in cold weather than in hot weather. Of course it doesn't get very cold where I am; I think the coldest weather I've run in was maybe 20 degrees Fahrenheit. But when I join a training group in the winter, it tends to be a small group. And training groups in the summer months tend to get a lot more participants. I have no idea why; it's so much harder for me to run in temperatures over 80 degrees! I'll do it, but I don't enjoy it.
I really don't like treadmills. I have trouble figuring out my balance on those things.
I had awful trouble after my colonoscopy. I think the antibiotics my surgeon prescribed made me vulnerable to c diff, and I contracted it about a week after the colonoscopy. I'm now worried that I didn't completely get rid of it and it's coming back; I'm not having a good bowel day today. >.< This time if I get full-blown diarrhea I'm getting it checked out immediately, though. Ugh.
AmyG wrote:I can't handle the humidity anymore. Wipes me out! My running shoes are put up for now, so let me live vicariously through you!
I'm hoping to be in good enough shape to do another few half marathons this fall.
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