“It is just a niggle, I’ll rest it & it will go away”… This study says otherwise! 21/02/2019

You must have experienced that niggle in your back, ache in your shoulder, or a slight twist of a knee or an ankle and thought, ‘No it’s fine, I can move it, it will be OK. I’ll just rest it for a while and it will just go away’. Then you forget it for a few days. Then out of…

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Weeks 3 & 4: Going from one end of the spectrum to the other…Lazy to successful! 14/09/2017

Week 3 started on Bank Holiday Monday (26th August) and I don’t particularly like Bank Holidays when I’m busy at the clinic. Everything is squashed into less days and I feel a fair amount of pressure to get things done and manage everythiing. This week I had more pressure as I ‘m getting my fitness back and needed to keep…

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Stretching the muscle at the front of the shin: Tibialis Anterior 17/05/2017

Shin pain, there’s nothing like it! It can be very debilitating for a running or cycling endurance athlete. Or those who are aiming to improve their fitness for/or in pre season training for Rugby, Football, Hockey etc, where you run a lot on hard ground. It can be a strong and intense pain while training, which sometimes doesn’t go away with…

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6 Tips for your 1st Marathon 22/10/2014

Got a place in next year’s London Marathon or another marathon? Congratulations! Are you slightly scared? Unsure of what training plan to go for? Choosing running shoes scares you? Don’t know what to expect over the next 5/6 months?   Here are 6 tips which touch upon what you should be doing to help you get to the start line,…

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