With his thunderous sigh of relief rebounding off the wet tile floor and BOTH hands braced against the bathroom wall like Superman stopping a plane from crashing, this absolute stud has forever laid to rest any question of just who runs things in this bathroom. Lesser men cannot even hope to put even ONE of their hands on the wall above the urinal, because they must clutch their penises like cowards in order to direct their woefully brief piss streams, yet this god among men has BOTH his arms planted on the wall above him not unlike a frenzied grizzly bear standing on its hind legs to intimidate a male challenger. So let it henceforth be known: Every square inch of this bathroom belongs to this guy.
Seeing blood in the toilet after peeing isn't exactly a shocking event. Women get periods ; periods equals blood; end of story. But uh, what if that blood in the toilet or on your toilet paper doesn't really look like the period kind—say, if your urine is a pinkish, reddish, or brownish color, or you see spots of red blood in your stream and you're nowhere near that time of the month?
Plumbing problems: You can hit the porta-potty eight times before a run to prevent them, plot your running route carefully to relieve them, or wear dark bottoms and bring a change of clothes to disguise them. Still, issues like leakage or an overactive bladder can make your run uncomfortable and embarrassing. Whether you always gotta go or often let a drip slip, there are more flow-related fixes than you may think.
These funny GIFs show you what happens when you bring up speed, safety, and more irritating topics considered taboo among runners. For the most part, runners love to talk about running. We'll open up about weird aches and pains missing toenails and bloody nipples, anyone?
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Rhabdomyolysis is the breakdown of muscle tissue that leads to the release of muscle fiber contents into the blood. These substances are harmful to the kidney and often cause kidney damage. When muscle is damaged, a protein called myoglobin is released into the bloodstream.
If there's one thing us runners everywhere love to talk about, it's running. From our aches and pains to tips and techniques as well as our latest stats, runners love to share with others. But beware - there are a few guaranteed ways to shut down a conversation with a runner.
Dogs are awesome, but when running, no one wants to be chased by a wayward pooch. Runners also don't want to be clotheslined by that foot leash the pet owner is using to "rein in" his dog. If you're busting your butt during a grueling interval or tempo workout, the last thing a runner wants to do—or waste breath on—is to yell "TRACK! If a runner is forced to give a shout and the walkers don't move, expect a shoulder thump, or the very least, some exasperated waving and angry mumbling.
This is about 4 or 5 miles into a regular run I do and up until they took the paint brushes to the wall it made a very good toilet. Just about where the lads are sticking the oars into the water was my toilet during long runs wees only for those with an over active imagination. Like a dog whose had his territory taken from him, I now have to mark my patch in a different location.