Sunday, October 12, 2014

Marseille (France)

Injury update. Last week I began a course of postural exercises (back school) to help my back to recover and, in the meantime, I keep on curing the shoulder by the physiotherapy. The movement of the right arm is not yet complete.

Training. The routine is always the same: 5 days walking (about 5 km) and 2 days running (??). The runs are 6/7 km long and very very slow. I hope to come back to swim at the end of this month if the things go well.

Marseille (France). I spent 3 days for work in Marseille where I had the possibility to run twice along the flat and beautiful promenade (about 30 minutes). Here some photos:






And as Jill says: run strong my friends!

13 comments:

  1. I'm glad you're able to run again, especially in Marseille, what a treat!

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  2. Glad to hear you are getting more active and able to run some again ") and to have some new views is a treat. Great pictures!

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  3. Glad to hear you are able to run a bit again...that's terrific. And what beautiful places you get to run! Nice.

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  4. Great photos of Marseilles. I'm always so jealous of you Europeans who can just flit from one country to the next without spending days in transit.

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  5. Oh my gosh, thanks for the reference. I don't really feel like a blogger anymore...maybe I'll just have to give a blog update so I don't feel like a poser. :) I'll get on that this week!

    I admire your continued strength to fight these injuries and the will to not give up. It's coming along and before you know it you'll be good as new. Keep the focus and thanks for sharing those amazing pictures (One day I WILL come to visit!!!).

    Run strong, my friend!

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  6. So happy to hear you are making progress with your injuries! Marseilles looks beautiful. Good to know there's an opportunity to run there. We will be in Marseilles next July on the trip when I will see YOU!

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  7. beautiful pics. Glad you are able to do some running. Take it slow... you'll be back at it before you know it.

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  8. It sounds like you are going in the right direction!

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  9. Great to hear that you are able to get some running in - and it sounds like you are going at just my speed! Hang in there!

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  10. Keep it going, you will get stronger and better. Lovely photos, thanks!

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  11. Great photo with the shadows.
    Keep hanging in there - things will come good I'm sure. Has the ARU called you about a coaching job?

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  12. Your runs will increase slightly, Stefano. Be patient! You can choose a nice 5 km race that we'll run next year in Rome and its surroundings in Spring.

    You really took a great picture of that Church at night. It isn't easy without a trestle

    Have a nice weekend!

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