SOLSTICE said:I'd rather snap my shins than look like a farmer who can't find the seaside.
SOLSTICE said:Dandy-Angus said:
I think the point is that i have damaged my shins from running on concrete too much and too soon and with incorrect form maybe. I ran every day, sometimes twice as i was eager to get my time down.
I am looking at ways to keep my fitness up until my shins feel better so i can return to running on hard surfaces, just not as much as before, maybe 3-4 times a week not everyday and mix it up with grass running aswell.
And i've been told a lot of the running at basic isn't actually on roads it's more off road and in the woods type of stuff.
SOLSTICE said:Used on of these at the gym today, sweated like a pig when i was using it, but didn't really feel out of breath, didn't feel nowhere near as effective as a 10 minute run but hopefully it'll keep my fitness up.