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I took five weeks off from running after finishing Kustmarathon Zeeland in October. There was this nagging pain and tightness in my knees. It was manageable during the training but never really go away. I thought that a month of rest and regular massage during my holiday would heal whatever injury I sustained. But the tightness remained. After an otherwise pain-free 10 kilometers two weeks ago, I was limping up and down the stairs. It was time to finally visit the physiotherapist.

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It’s easy to believe that running is a sport that’s basically free. You put on a pair of trainers, slip on your sweat pants and old t-shirts and you’re good to go. At least that’s what we think.

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Een marathon training is al moelijk om te combineren met een druk leven. Maar marathon training met een baby is hele nieuwe uitdaging. 

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I have a confession to make. I’ve never run more than 17 kilometers alone. While I consistently harp on about how I could be alone with my thoughts or empty my head when I’m running, the truth is the husband always goes with me. So there’s always someone to share the frustration, to be the subject of my irritation when it gets too tough, to motivate me, to laugh with.

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I‘ve signed up for another marathon. I am still keen on running one  this year despite my failed attempt at a marathon and a half marathon during the first half of 2018.

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