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Injuries: cledlie

start end days side area type severity resolution/wisdom
view 6/1/15 7/15/17 775 R Knee Ligament tear 0 Finally better after a long time of rest away from running. Strngth exer ises regularly may have ...
view 8/25/14 9/3/14 9 R Foot Plantar Fasciitis 3 Recovered after around 10 days without running. May find it problematic again as immediately out ...
view 4/6/14 5/7/14 31 L Foot Blisters 3 Caused by shoes being too small on very long run. Probably need to move up to Size 8 to avoid thi...
view 4/6/14 4/19/14 13 Foot Impact wound / trauma 3 Clearly long road run a problem. The shoe may have has something to do with it? Do I need much mo...
view 11/18/13 11/25/13 7 L Foot Blisters 3 Back running on the foot again although not fully resolved as the skin still not quite right on f...
view 7/6/13 7/27/13 21 R Foot Blisters 3 More care with quality of socks.
view 6/3/12 6/26/12 23 Foot Ankle Sprain 1 First nasty fall on ankle. Need to be more careful to avoid in the first place.
view 6/2/12 8/10/12 69 R Foot Plantar Fasciitis 1 Move to light/barefoot neutral shoes rather than big heeled supportive shoes. Physio very help...
view 4/17/12 4/22/12 5 Foot Blisters 3
view 11/18/10 11/23/10 5 Sick Flu 1 4 days of dodgy tummy. Bug that's been doing the rounds.
view 4/27/08 5/15/08 18 Foot Impact wound / trauma 1 Inevitably some toe damage on such a long run. Pleased that there was so little impact from the 5...
view 4/20/08 4/27/08 7 Other Other 2 Cleared on own.
view 12/30/07 1/6/08 7 Sick Cold 1
view 10/6/07 10/27/07 21 L Foot Blisters 3 - careful choice of socks on long run - don't do a long race when form/fitness etc in doubt
view 9/3/06 9/23/06 20 L Foot Blisters 0 Never really sore - just got gradually better with time
view 6/5/06 6/14/06 9 Knee Other 1 Ran again on 14 June and feel pretty clear around the knees. Must have just been the very intense...
view 6/4/06 6/6/06 2 Foot Blisters 1 Feet seem fine again after a couple of days rest. Put cream on the feet morning and evening which...

Training Log: cledlie