Big Boom, we continue to get hurt. A poll reveals that 66 per cent of runners suffered an injury in 2009.Still, I figured medical science must have uncovered lots of little-known prevention secrets since then. After reviewing hundreds of published
.Foundation buildingBikram is the perfect foundation for any sport, particularly high-impact ones. Its help in preventing injuries means you’ll be able to enjoy high-impact sports such as running, rugby and football for longer, which is why so many athletes make it a
successful sports injuries clinic.This spring, she joins us as the ASICS Super Six physio and is working closely with our marathon contenders as they prepare for the Paris Marathon on April 10. Follow her advice - and post your own questions - in the relevant
Discover the secrets of preventing injury and looking after your body during marathon training, with ASICS Target 26.2 physio Sarah Connors. We talked to expert physio Sarah to find out more about avoiding injury, telling the difference between a
can cut your risk of amber turning red by dropping mileage, reducing intensity or starting treatment. You can dodge red lights altogether with a proactive long-term injury prevention strategy, including strength training, stretching and regular foam
all lead to bursitis.Seeing a pattern? Yes, for these issues, the root is usually the same: too much, too soon. But if you’ve trained by the book and haven’t broken any injury-prevention rules, it would be worth seeing a podiatrist who’s clued up
Q. If I'm not really sore or exhausted does that mean I won't benefit from my training session?A. Training isn't about killing yourself every session so that you are exhausted at the end. Training should comprise structured sessions designed to progressively give you an overload ...
Bent-Over RowRest your left knee and arm on a bench, bend your right elbow and lift a dumbbell straight up. Lower. Do 15 reps per arm.
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