is experiencing deep fatigue, and your bodys production of hormones is suppressed. This may well call for a more drastic training cutback, eliminating two or three days of training per week for up to six months.Warren Scott, sports medicine specialist
. Martin Haines, chartered physiotherapist and sports injury specialist
that your Achilles will be better after the operation, and its even possible it could get worse. Thankfully, though, this is the exception rather than the rule. Martin Haines, chartered physiotherapist and sports-injury specialist
at the moment, if you were ever to get any pain in your knee, it would be worth asking your GP to check for these possible problems at the same time.Martin Haines, chartered physiotherapist and sports-injury specialist
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training, evaluate your progress and fine-tune your programmeTwo exclusive Runner’s World marathon days to meet and run with your coach, and talk over your training.Crisis hotline number to discuss any major problemsSpecialist recommendations for sports
.Whether you hit red, linger on amber or get the green depends largely on how you react to that first stab of pain. "Often it comes down to whether you take a little time off now, or a lot of time off later," says sports injury specialist Dr Richard Price. You
useful for injured runners in recovery," says TRX specialist David Miller (wellnesstrx.co.uk).You can try TRX at gyms or buy a home kit for £132.50 (trxfitness.co.uk), attaching the straps to anything from a wall mount to a suspension frame or a tree. Try
arm swinging, and on subsequent runs you’ve been shuffling like a pensioner down the bingo, this is the pose to iron out the kinks and get you running tall and straight again. Bikram specialist Olga Allon teaches at London's Hot Bikram Yoga.
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