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Discussion: nice write up

in: ColmM; ColmM > 2024-05-25

May 27, 2024 6:37 PM # 
paulp :
an enjoyable read, thanks.
Do you think the ankle twists might contribute to slowing down a bit? I know after I do my ankle I can never push quite as hard because I'm trying to be a bit careful
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May 27, 2024 6:52 PM # 
ColmM:
Impressed you've already made it through - it's a monster.
Yeah, I do definitely think they will have contributed, but it's hard to say how much they contributed. I imagine they were a factor in me running out of energy and getting wobbly legs, but to put the full fade down to them would also probably be kind on myself.
May 27, 2024 7:32 PM # 
TimM:
Pleasure to join you on the trod (and thanks for the rather generous view that I was keeping up on those early descents)!
May 28, 2024 2:29 PM # 
roar:
I feel like with these things there can be many factors. Probably any one of them alone isn't enough, but when you do the ankle, and someone catches you and you feel tired the psychology can go out the window and you just can't run as well.

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