Dear All,I was aiming for a FLM time of 3 hrs 20 mins and seemed to be on target when running the Bedford 20 in 2:34 17 days ago. But during my next run I picked up a calf injury and have hardly run since, although last week I completed areobic gym
copy of the weekly running diary.This study is designed to look at the location, type of injuries as well as their rates that occur in runners who are training for the 2013 Virgin London Marathon barefoot and/or in minimalist footwear. The study
What might be running back Knowshon Moreno's health injury? Tripped over his wallet ?
local Half mara is now done and dusted? There were LOADS of people out running... Maybe it's just that more people run these days, hence you see a proportionate increase in injuries? It could also be that the influx of enthusiastic beginners accounts
race tomorrow which is probably my favourite race of the year and i don't know wether to sit it out or just jog around it, i've been lucky in that i've never had a running injury like this before and was wonderin' if somebody out there with more
.This makes you look like a cat in heat, which is why privacy is advised. It's defiantly an injury. I've gone from running 10k 3-4 times a week to barely being able to run 5k a week. I'll give the stretches a go. Thanks for that. Think a visit to the drs
said it could be a poorly healed stress fracture, I doubt running on it is a good idea (but I'm no doctor). I guess it depends on what the alternative diagnosis is, and what his advice is in that situation (presumably some sort of soft tissue injury
Hi, I'll keep this one brief! I've been researching methods on returning to running post injury and have put all the info in a blog article for people; http://runningphysio.wordpress.com/2012/07/10/returning-to-running-after-injury/ Hope it
hi, trying to get a bit of a handle on running injury patterns and have set up a survey. the link is http://apps.facebook.com/my-surveys/elhcdu3nif anyone is bored and wouldnt mind spending 30 seconds filling it outcheers!
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