issues and that I am running in the correct shoes . Even though I seem to do everything right I can't avoid injuries in this leg - Shin Splints 3 times, Achilles Tendon Issues twice and a recent Hamstring issue. Is this normal? It has just dawned on me
add any hill work (not hill repeats, purely adding 1 or 2 small hills to my weekly long run) niggles return and I'm trying to avoid another injury. How can I strengthen my legs/ankles to allow me to progress with hill work?Thanks I had similar problems
is doesn`t. I went and had my gait anaylised and was told I over pronated and had inserts made. I am now back running again and have built up to about 20m a week all slow stuff at the moment as I want to avoid my knee injury again and also avoid my achilles
and boiing it up for you (not sure there's much about the race on it though, just probably general chat....as always :)hoping to run this if i avoid any injuries between now and the 26th. haven't done this one before, and will be my first GP event
well? clogs Your best bet is to go and get your feet analysed at a proper running shop. They'll be able to suggest something. It's really the best way to avoid injury.If you're running offroad it's not as much of a concern how much you pronate, so
steady runs that are usually quite hilly. It's just that I always end up injured with speedwork. Had a few injuries from hill work in the past but can't avoid them here.Any advice and tips would be great.
bit. did I avoid a nasty injury or should I just hydrate better on sunny days ? Refering to the SAS manual again. I think it says something about gnawing your leg off above the knee. ;)
At first we should keep our runs short and slow to avoid injury and soreness so we do not quit. If we are breathing too hard slow down or walk a bit until we feel comfortable again. We should pick our route close to home the more convenient
to be definitely in next year? GfA is not really realistic.....Is it too early to apply to charities? Nope, get going! If you register your interest now you avoid the panic after the ballot in December. See you in 2006! (Ideferred this year due to injury).Jiggi
this month so fingers crossed i'll avoid picking up an injury as I have in prep for the last 2 runs. I adore runners magazine and would love to take part in an article or write about some of my eperiences.
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