"third glove day" in midwest

"third glove day" in midwest

Post by rick » Wed, 07 Jan 2004 08:47:39


A high temperature of 1 degree today plus a cold wind.
Cold enough to require a third glove for a convex body part.
 
 
 

"third glove day" in midwest

Post by Miss Anne Thro » Wed, 07 Jan 2004 12:25:55

Uhh Rick,  cooters are concave, not convex.  Stop with the smokescreen
already.

 
 
 

"third glove day" in midwest

Post by Ted Bun » Wed, 07 Jan 2004 17:03:19

Quote:

> A high temperature of 1 degree today plus a cold wind.
> Cold enough to require a third glove for a convex body part.

This might be true...assuming you had one.

 
 
 

"third glove day" in midwest

Post by Ted Bun » Wed, 07 Jan 2004 17:03:33

Quote:

> A high temperature of 1 degree today plus a cold wind.
> Cold enough to require a third glove for a convex body part.

This might be true...assuming you had one.
 
 
 

"third glove day" in midwest

Post by Ted Bun » Wed, 07 Jan 2004 17:03:40

Quote:

> A high temperature of 1 degree today plus a cold wind.
> Cold enough to require a third glove for a convex body part.

This might be true...assuming you had one.
 
 
 

"third glove day" in midwest

Post by Leo » Thu, 08 Jan 2004 04:31:15

Minus 18 or so windchill here this morning.
I only did 4 miles.  Daggone antibiotic is
causing some tendon pain.
Quote:

> A high temperature of 1 degree today plus a cold wind.
> Cold enough to require a third glove for a convex body part.

 
 
 

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Post by rc5 » Sat, 10 Jan 2004 23:11:40

It's -27 degrees Cel here, or -38 degrees with wind-chill.

I ran a 5 min 1KM outside with shirt+short.

It's a fun run.

Quote:
> Minus 18 or so windchill here this morning.
> I only did 4 miles.  Daggone antibiotic is
> causing some tendon pain.


> > A high temperature of 1 degree today plus a cold wind.
> > Cold enough to require a third glove for a convex body part.

 
 
 

"third glove day" in midwest

Post by Donovan Rebbech » Sun, 11 Jan 2004 00:55:53

Quote:

> Minus 18 or so windchill here this morning.
> I only did 4 miles.  Daggone antibiotic is
> causing some tendon pain.

I hope you're not taking cipro. If you are, it's a great way to
f*ck up your tendons.

Cheers,
--
Donovan Rebbechi
http://pegasus.rutgers.edu/~elflord/

 
 
 

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Post by Leo » Sun, 11 Jan 2004 08:40:01

I learned about the potential for damage AFTER
doing the run.
I was taking Levaquin.  My doc, kowing I run,
failed to mention the side effect of achilles ruptures.

I know, I should have educated myself.  Live and learn.

I did not rupture anything, but two tendons sure did
hurt like hell.
Glad to cipro will do the same thing.
Thanks,
L

Quote:


>>Minus 18 or so windchill here this morning.
>>I only did 4 miles.  Daggone antibiotic is
>>causing some tendon pain.

> I hope you're not taking cipro. If you are, it's a great way to
> f*ck up your tendons.

> Cheers,

 
 
 

"third glove day" in midwest

Post by Donovan Rebbech » Mon, 12 Jan 2004 12:27:30

Quote:

> I learned about the potential for damage AFTER
> doing the run.
> I was taking Levaquin.  My doc, kowing I run,
> failed to mention the side effect of achilles ruptures.

> I know, I should have educated myself.  Live and learn.

Similar has happened to even the best of runners. I know of a
running coach who is very experienced/knowlegable who had a similar
experience, so you're in good company if nothing else.

good luck with the recovery

Cheers,
--
Donovan Rebbechi
http://pegasus.rutgers.edu/~elflord/