.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
ASICS Pro Team Physiotherapist Sarah Connors recently joined us for a webchat on beating injury. Catch up on the highlights here.Sarah is a chartered physiotherapist who has specialised in treating track and field athletes for the past 20 years
Stability ball hamstring curlsStrengthens: (And stabilises) abs, glutes, hips, hamstrings and kneesDo it: Lie on your back with your feet on a stability ball. Inhale, tightening your abs, back and glutes. Lift up off the floor to create a straight line from feet to shoulders. Exh...
For most runners, doubles are a foreign concept, assumed to be the province only of those cranking out 100-mile weeks. I would like to convince you to think otherwise. Intelligently adding some double days to your programme can help advance your fitness, even if you wind up not s...
Alexander TechniqueIn a nutshell: Tune in to the act of running to boost efficiency, avoid injuries...and simply enjoy it more.The guinea pig: Myself, Sam Murphy – a coach, author and RW columnist. The Alexander Technique has changed both the way I
Exclusive online content The Secrets of Good Form RunningLearn how to run better and injury-free, using the principles of the New Balance concept: Good Form RunningMost runners have never been taught how to run. This is the simple idea that lies
Runner's World - April 2013 issueBuild a fitter body with tailored workouts to increase strength, boost flexibility and sidestep injury. All this and more in our April 2013 issue!Subscribe online now and you'll also receive full access to all our
- not quite the Olympics, but definitely a highlight in my life so far!Running, and the injuries that came with it, led me into physiotherapy, and this career has allowed me to make running my professional focus for over 13 years.As a running physio I have
was. It was just awesome, really fun. It was especially significant being in London; every time you walked through a British crowd, they were so enthusiastic and having it all over the TV was great.What was your injury beforehand?I got spiked in late
, except for the usual school cross-country, so it was really great to have these new experiences. That’s why running is now probably my favourite of the three disciplines.Q) What injury problems have you had to deal with over your career?A) I’ve had a
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