My 3 golden tips: 1) Learn how to make your foot a rigid lever whilst running 2) Run with a narrow base of gait 3) The 5 degree lean
My 3 golden tips: 1) Learn how to make your foot a rigid lever whilst running 2) Run with a narrow base of gait
My 3 golden tips: 1) Learn how to make your foot a rigid lever whilst running
This explains why stretching for a long period of time directly after a running session is not a good idea! Key point: Try stretching for 7-10 seconds for 2 sets on each muscle group and than do your larger stretching session 2 hours after.
Why you shouldn’t stretch sore tendons – Key message: Have tendon pain assessed by an allied health expert, to ensure it is not a tendonopathy where degenerative changes may be occurring. Tendonopathy is incredibly common among both young and old.
There are 4 things that are key to looking for the perfect running shoes. From knowing your foot type and what support you need, to having the right degree of flex and rigidity – these are all important factors that will impact how well you run as well as how well you will recover. Sick […]
Introduction to June’s video series – How to pull up better after running
Can orthotics improve your running performance? The simple answer is yes! This article will reveal some of the myths, misconceptions and benefits of orthotics, and inevitably how the correct orthotic may improve your performance on the track, trail or road.
So how important is it to correct biomechanics at the feet? And once corrected, how can this affect power output or, at the very least, decrease the risk of injury? To answer these questions, I put myself in the patient’s shoes and under the microscope.