Is it normal?

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Jun 2015
10:40pm, 21 Jun 2015
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RichHL
If you can get your arse up to Cambridge, there are a couple of people who keep me on the road. Geniuses, both of them.
Jul 2015
7:29pm, 17 Jul 2015
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Canute
Nellers, has the pain resolved? I hope things have continued to improve and you are getting back to full fitness
Jul 2015
8:12pm, 17 Jul 2015
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Nellers
Hi Canute. It's got an awful lot better. I'm not running 4 times a week, managed a 6 miler last weekend. Starting to feel a bit more like a runner again. The area around the tear still aches a bit on ad off but it's getting less and less as time passes. The main issue for me at the moment is how ufit I've got. The oly cure for that is patience, though, so I've ust got to swallow it and keep on with the slow build-up. Thanks for asking, by the way.
Jul 2015
9:23pm, 17 Jul 2015
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Canute
Aches getting steadily less and less sound good, but of course it is very frustrating to find how much fitness deteriorates after a couple of months of seriously curtailed training.
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9:29pm, 17 Jul 2015
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Nellers
It'll come back. Lots of miles to do.

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