Took a run down to the river today, since it was dark by the time I decided to head out for a run. Headed towards Tottenham Court Road, only to remember that I shouldn’t have done that. TCR is such a busy street with lots of pedestrians and cars. Granted, it was a Sunday, so…… Continue reading
Quite a few ‘road closures’ around Bloomsbury area. One portion of Torrington place was closed to vehicular traffic. There were two signs along the stretch of the road, but one of the signs had fallen over, despite the sandbag attached to the bottom of it. The cycle path at Howland Street was closed as well.…… Continue reading Road closures
Daylight saving was implemented today. The weather was so gloomy. I had to turn on my light since the afternoon because there just wasn’t sufficient light in the room. Felt like a run so I put on my Nimbus 13 and hit the streets. It wasn’t cold as much as it was windy. The streets…… Continue reading yellowed
Inspired. Heartened to know that there are Singaporeans out there, still living their dreams. Project RunThruSingapore Great shots, editing and music!
http://www.elle.com/Beauty/Health-Fitness/Surviving-a-Running-Injury “The Fast and the Furious” by Elle magazine. About how this girl deals with a running injury. I hardly run as much as her, but I can feel her pain.
Got off the bus and my foot twisted as it landed. Ended up with a pulled tendon at the ankle region. I hobbled to one side and rotated my foot, praying that it wasn’t serious enough to prevent me from running. Thankfully, it wasn’t. At about 15/16km, I was going to start running faster when…… Continue reading pulled tendon + leg cramp
Just finished a 10km run. Am so tired right now. So I ran the park connector next to my house, which, incidentally, runs parallel to the railway tracks. Even though the sky was completely dark, there were still quite a number of people running. Something about the MRT today again. Usually at Jurong East interchange,…… Continue reading