Put a pin in itAfter great initial success with a gold at the World Youth Championships in 2006, Harry suffered from a spinal injury which took him out of action for almost a year. Stress fractures on the vertebral column in his back meant he
1. The bridgePurpose: An essential exercse for runners, this prevents 'sitting' on the pelvis when running.Starting position: Lie on your back with knees bent and arms resting on the mat, palms facing down.Exercise: Slowly curl the spine up off the floor, starting at the tailbone...
In the mid-1970s, Runner's World Medical Editor George Sheehan, M.D., confirmed that he was hardly the only runner beset by injuries: a poll of the magazine's readers revealed that 60 per cent reported chronic problems. To describe himself
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Standing Quad StretchIn standing position, bring your right foot up to your bum, holding on to your foot or ankle. Keep your thigh in line with your body. Switch legs.
UAN: 199 Article type:--If you want to know more about running injuries, you're in the right place. This is an archive of Bodyworks, a series of columns that ran for two years in Runner's World UK. It was written by RW Medical Advisor Dr Patrick
Feet feeling fragile? Flick fast forthwith...Feet, in our Best of Heath & Injury forumFeet, in our Injuries A-Z sectionFeet, in our Q&A sectionOur shoe section, including...How to find the right shoe, andHow to lace your shoes properly
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