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Getting injured while running :-(

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Aug 2011
1:24pm, 18 Aug 2011
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I fall over regularly, and my knees are all scar tissue. I tend to do it on the flat bits, and I suppose it is when I switch off and pay no attention to where my feet are going.
Aug 2011
1:51pm, 18 Aug 2011
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Ooo, sore point for me - literally! 5 minutes into my run, I tripped and crashed headlong into the pavement - not 10 yards away from where I'd performed the same stunt 4 or 5 years ago :-o

Paving's smooth and even but I don't pick my feet up, almost as if on castors. Grazed knee, elbow & hand & bruised shoulder :( Was going to return home but the red mist set in and I ran ten more miles, attracting some odd expressions on the way ;)
Aug 2011
6:25pm, 19 Aug 2011
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yes mary brite, i will toughen up :-)

thanks for sharing all ur fallen and injury stories :-)

and yes ph, we runners need to be wrapped in bubble wrap for real ;-)

today, i fell stiff just walking around the house and my son insisted to be playing or poking my big bruise :-0 omg it hurts! ouch but i will survive

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