Are you competing in this years London Marathon?
Having worked on many runners in the past as a massage therapist, I know how sore and tight your body can be from all that pounding on the legs caused by miles of running. It’s typically the calves, thighs and glutes that get hit the most in most runners. The upper back and neck area can also get very tight in a lot of runners. This is due to the ground reaction forces, coming back up through the body, right through to the top of the head. Massage therapy can help to eleviate a lot of this. I, Joe Dimon, can help you with all of this!
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Thats strange Joe, I was expecting to see lots of posts from you, since Im sure you would want to contribute to this forum, not use it as pure free advertising.
I suspect you won't get much business from spamming.
I'm Brian, and so's my wife!!
So good he has spaces available. What was the name of that event in London Village today?
Good work Sussex Runner ....... now you sure you ran all those miles and that there was no 'timing' chip errors?
Sorry, I thought I could. I will add more helpful tips to this forum soon. Sorry people.
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