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...
Sarah is a chartered physiotherapist who has specialised in treating track and field athletes for the past 20 years. She has worked for the British Athletics Team and was lead physio for the English Institute of Sport in London before setting up a
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
days. The first thing you must do is ask a few crucial questions:What brings on the pain and can I stop it? Which parts of my training remain pain-free? Have I rested it or trained through it?Do I need new trainers or a bike fit?Do I need a physio
physio Sarah Connors analysed the contenders' flexibility, injury history and potential injury risks. Finally, an ASICS technician gave each runner a gait analysis and offered advice on choosing running shoes.THE SELECTION DAY EXPERTS Steve Smythe
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