Has running ruined your social life?
Very good point. When I first started running, from Huddersfield Sports Centre, we used to organise coach trips to the Windermere /Kendal 10 mile race and Scarborough ½ marathon. As you say, it was far less daunting running with a group of people we trained with every week. Also, the friendly competition and quest for PB's helped our progress.twinkle toes said:For me it has brought alot of people together, 7 of us entered the Silverstone 1/2 marathon this year and it was really good to know other people doing it, made it a lot less daunting, it also made it easier as we all socialise together everyone understood the importance of training and getting prepared for the day. To which I am sure we will do more events together as a collective.
I only worry about that if I have a race on the sunday.jeanettekaren said:I try not to drink as much on a Saturday night because I know it will interfere with my Sunday run.
How sad am I?
I struggle with the 'alcohol' bit, or lack of it when everone else is indulging, but I suppose it is doing me good, the running certainly is.......I think!Dave said:I only worry about that if I have a race on the sunday.
So I can look forward to a boring almost alcohol free saturday night this week.
I just hope it`s worth the sacrifice.........