and, with light to moderate pressure, glide the palms of your hands over your legs, starting with your calves and shins and working up to your quads and hamstrings. Repeat 10 times on each leg, increasing the intensity toward the end, so you
St Bartholomew's Hospital in 1985 and became a GP in 1990. He is now the senior partner in a general practice and is medical columnist for the Sunday Times and NetDoctor.com. He has a keen interest in sports medicine and has run a number of marathons.
with two or three days of light exercise or even complete rest, and it's a major problem for triathletes. Scott Molina, winner of over 100 professional triathlons and the Ironman World Champion in 1988, has long believed that some triathletes overtrain. "I
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