Maranoia

Symptoms

 

  • The inability to think of anything else except, marathon, running, marathon, running and so on
  • Constant butterflies in my stomach
  • Reading everything on pacing/tapering/nerves
  • Every twinge is major, oh my ankle is stiff, ouch my back etc
  • The fear of falling over, so much so that there will be no Killerton parkrun for me tomorrow, a safe flat one instead
  • Panic, about losing things, where is the registration form?
  • Constant research on the web of all things marathony
  • The desire to carb load

Yes this case of Maranoia is serious but I am hoping not terminal.

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About shazruns

I have been running since 2004 when I decided to do the Race for Life, as a close friend was terminally ill with cancer. Following that I did a couple of 10km at Leeds castle and Sandringham. Then in 2005 ran my first London marathon, then another in 2007 in blistering temperatures. I have entered the London marathon every year since but have been rejected, am now find maintaining my fitness & motivation hard, so when the email came through about Janathon I thought why not! Am hoping this helps with fitness, motivation and weight loss!! Wish me luck!
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10 Responses to Maranoia

  1. runtezza says:

    I would add kit indecision (though you seem to have sorted that one out in your last post — well done). Bring on the lucky shorts!

  2. CeeJayKay says:

    You are so funny! You should coin that word!!! Bl**dy brilliant!!!!! Love it!!!! Bless you Shazpops!!!! Camomile tea and honey!!!!!

  3. mawil1 says:

    It’s next week isn’t it? What’s your number, I’ll look out for you on TV!

    • shazruns says:

      Oh god, good luck with that! Better to look for black baseball cap with orange stripes!

      • mawil1 says:

        Lol! Aren’t there about 30,000 runners? I’ve never watched it on TV before but I think that this year I should. There has to be someone on screen for all those hours, you never know it might be you!!!

  4. Love it. I like to refer to this as ‘Delicate Runner Syndrome’.

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