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Old 23-03-2017, 02:18 PM
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I had a bad groin about 15 months ago and it doesn't seem to go away- I tried a simple test which was can I hop on it - you know after 1 or 2!'

That was very painful for me and had no choice to see a physio - had regular sessions and had exercises to do. The sitting Buddha stretch to which elbows as close to the knees as possible is one and then has to be done after every run.
Don't do that stretch until you have seen the physio if it's very painful on that test mentioned earlier.

Still took about amother 6 weeks to heal. Came back faster and stronger- used swimming and cycling to keep the cardio up.

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Groin or hip-flexor? If you lay on a table with your full length of your legs dangling off, pull your knee from your good side up and as you relax the other leg to see how far it dangles off the table, you should be able to feel the hip flexor tendon stretch out. Its in the crease almost between where your groin starts and the leg begins. The twitching I remember from my hip-flexor injury. I was basically out for 10 + weeks... but it normally recovers quicker than that.

I also did some glute exercises. And strengthening in the legs and glutes, to stop the hip flexor taking all the strain.
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Old 23-03-2017, 03:33 PM
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Although I have tight hip flexors the pain is in my groin although I wouldn't really describe it as overly painful and I can run through it with ease.
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I did similar exercise to eagle mart- also walked around barefooted indoors which for some strange reason really helped
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So got my Final Details pack for the London Marathon today, but couldn't work out which colour start I need to be at? Is this just me being a bit durrrrp or do you not find out until you pick up your pack from the Expo?

My number is in the 13k's and I got in via the ballot.
Got mine today too. You are in the blue wave mate, details are to the left on page 26. I am blue wave too.

What you won't find out until you pick up your race number is what start time zone you are in. This is numbered 1 to 9, fastest runners in zone 1 slowest zone 9. What zone you are in is based on the predicted time you put down when you entered the ballot.
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Got mine today too. You are in the blue wave mate, details are to the left on page 26. I am blue wave too.

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Thanks Che, Yeah I've had a proper read of the magazine this morning and finally spotted that. Thought I would be blue.

Have you done a London before? If so, what sort of time did/are you planning on getting to your start area? I'll be coming from Croydon so think I'll get the train from East Croy to New Cross Gate and walk down to New Cross. Trains are every half hour from there so its either 845 or 915 arrival at Blackheath. Thinking 845 would be best.
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Have you done a London before? If so, what sort of time did/are you planning on getting to your start area? I'll be coming from Croydon so think I'll get the train from East Croy to New Cross Gate and walk down to New Cross. Trains are every half hour from there so its either 845 or 915 arrival at Blackheath. Thinking 845 would be best.
If you're going from Croydon then a tram to Elmers End and a train to Lewisham is a lot more relaxing than piling onto packed trains in central London. It's about a 15min walk to the start areas from Lewisham, others will also be heading that way so just follow them but it's basically up the hill.

Definitely get there at least an hour before the start, I vaguely recall they were asking for baggage to get on the lorries 30mins before start at the very latest. Plus if you're going for a time you'll want to get a forward spot in your starting pen.
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5k tomorrow, first run since injured foot. Am hoping I am going to feel stronger following the 5 weeks of glute and broader strength training.

Felt very good during a tough spin class yesterday so injury permitting, I intend to run hard.
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Does anyone row as a supplement to their overall training? I understand a 2k in sub 07.00 gets you in the frame for rowing clubs and am doing 7.48 at present. 07.00 seems a loooooonnggg way away!
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If you're going from Croydon then a tram to Elmers End and a train to Lewisham is a lot more relaxing than piling onto packed trains in central London. It's about a 15min walk to the start areas from Lewisham, others will also be heading that way so just follow them but it's basically up the hill.

Definitely get there at least an hour before the start, I vaguely recall they were asking for baggage to get on the lorries 30mins before start at the very latest. Plus if you're going for a time you'll want to get a forward spot in your starting pen.
I'll be doing the Lewisham route as well. Trains never that busy unlike (I would imagine) the central London ones. I agree with the above, get there at least an hour before. You'll be queuing for the toilets for ages too. The time goes pretty quickly.

This year will be my fourth successive year of doing London, though the first time I have done it after doing the Boston one 6 days previously. Eeek!
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I ended up getting off at Lewisham anyway last year. Via a train to Victoria.
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Does anyone row as a supplement to their overall training? I understand a 2k in sub 07.00 gets you in the frame for rowing clubs and am doing 7.48 at present. 07.00 seems a loooooonnggg way away!
Used to, have my own rower but don't have space in my new house. Think I may have to sell it.

I did 7.30ish for 2k. Did a few 21ks on it in around 1hr40.
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I had a bad groin about 15 months ago and it doesn't seem to go away- I tried a simple test which was can I hop on it - you know after 1 or 2!'

That was very painful for me and had no choice to see a physio - had regular sessions and had exercises to do. The sitting Buddha stretch to which elbows as close to the knees as possible is one and then has to be done after every run.
Don't do that stretch until you have seen the physio if it's very painful on that test mentioned earlier.

Still took about amother 6 weeks to heal. Came back faster and stronger- used swimming and cycling to keep the cardio up.

Good luck to both
My groin meant I had to retire from playing footy when I was about 24. Never properly got it sorted despite seeing physio's, going for scans, etc.

When I did my first marathon in 2014, it was largely ok until I got over 10 miles & would then start to tighten up. It wasn't agony but it was uncomfortable & got worse the longer I went.

I purchased one of these & it seemed to do the trick:

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Having used this, my groin is now largely fine - touch wood! Haven't ran with it for a couple of years & have done a few halves & a full marathon in that time. So might be worth a go.
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