Sunday, January 28, 2007

Six Nations

Running: Not much to say about the running activity, I am following the physiotherapist's advices: a workout every other day for no more than 60 minutes, better if on the treadmill, with ice before and after the training. For the moment I have to forget the long distance runs and the idea to enter a half marathon, because the bursitis has a long recover. To stay in shape I decided to ride the bike for 60 minutes on the day off.
Rugby: The time has come, on saturday the 6Nations will begin and the Black Knight has all the tickets for the matches in Italy and for the event in London! What a pity he cannot play in the italian team because this stupid injury!
The legend. The Black Knight Army is always more a legend. Moovies, books and comics talk of it.

17 comments:

  1. Ah enjoy the rugby matches!

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  2. Sounds like you are taking very good care of your knee!

    Ruby - YES! Sounds like fun.

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  3. yea, now we just need to get you swimming and the black knight can join the tri-alliance! Follow orders dear sir, the world needs the Black Knight in top form!

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  4. The good news is that you can still run even though you are injured. It beats not being to run at all!

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  5. you look very sexy on the cover of that magazine! Who knew??!

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  6. did you sign a copy of the book dedicated to you?

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  7. I hope you'll be up for some running in June when I visit Italia! Didn't you say there were short races in Roma on alternate Sundays?

    Take care and enjoy the rugby.

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  8. Have a great time and enjoy. Sounds like a good way to occupy the time when you are not running.

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  9. Why the pointy beak?

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  10. Sir Black Knight,

    Although you are a great distance from my homeland, I ask that you and your fellow nights rally around my local knights that will put out their best effort to thrash the evil enemy known as the Indianapolis Colts and their sissy leader Peyton Manning in the Super Bowl this Sunday.

    Our knights dress in 'almost' black armor and fight like Bears. They are ferocious and will fight to the end.

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  11. I know stupid injuries come for smart reasons, but, oh, they are so annoying.

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  12. I agree with D, you're very lucky that you can still put in some running.

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  13. Neither the doctor, nor I, would advise playing rugby as a way to improve your injury. Stick to dreaming of strong finishes while you're on the treadmill.

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  14. I'm looking forward to the Six Nations more than ever. I really think Ireland will win this year.

    Recover soon!

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  15. Is Australia in the six nations?

    Looking forward to it!

    R2B

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  16. Oh and before i forget i will try your advice sire and look down while i run some hills,i always look up,maybe it will be a good change.

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  17. Thank you for visiting my blog. Take care of that injury and enjoy the rugby. I will be with CJ in Italy in June/July so do hope we can find a running spot near you!

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