Running pains

Every sport induces different aches and pains and, despite running quite a few times (although less than planned) over the last few weeks, I am still feeling it after each run. However, not being an experienced runner, it is hard to know what is normal post-run discomfort. As any rower will know, after a long training session you will typically have rather painful and unsightly hands as well as quads so sore that even the thought of sitting down can make you cringe. Perhaps sore calves and hip-flexors are the running equivalent…

What I do know is that I am both longing for and dreading the day I get back in the boat and experience the extreme hand pain you can only get from 4+ weeks out of the boat! Better stock-up on the hydrocolloid plasters.

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