Moving to London next week - what are the forum approved climbing walls in NE?
Is there a forum approved set of headphones that are comfy to wear for 8+ hours?
I’ve got some AirPods which fit the bill but run out of battery after 2 hours which is a huge pain.
I did a brief stint working in a kitchen, where you spend your day on your feet. The day I used my friends crocs was amazing.
Luckily I got a new job soon after so I didn’t have to ever buy any crocs.
Has anyone had any experience with Nike Returns? They say they’re happy to take trainers that you’ve run in. I ordered a pair of Nike Trail 2 (which I think are brilliant) but they’re a size too big. I’ve now run a muddy 50km over the last week in them - is there a chance they won’t accept the return?
I think it depends upon a lot what you’re training for. If I was training for something longer than 5km I wouldn’t want to be incorporating interval sessions where I greatly exceed my 5km pace to avoid injury.
Yeah fuck me - I wish someone had told me.
Apparently there are electric planers but I can’t help think of this:
That was original plan but apparently wood needs to perfectly squared off or some bs
You can also save a bit of money. I went for a cheap £20ish plywood piece of wood whilst I figured out what dimensions I’d make the final desktop
So you can make you own! I thoroughly don’t recommend it! I thought it’d be a quick job but turned into a 8pm to 3am job for 5 nights. Doing it with a friend who knew what he was doing and drinking beers was fun though
I took was thinking the same. I was thinking about making something like this for underneath my desk so that there’s no overheating problem
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