). The problem is that my gluteals are not functioning effectively – they're too weak and consequently most of the work is being done by my quads and hamstrings. Last weeks’ cross country proved too much for the hamstrings and I now have a slight tear
The physio has decided that my 'pain in the butt' is caused by gluteal bursitis. Has anyone suffered from this and if so, what treatment did you have? I have been told that they may need to be injected with steroids, which does concern me a little
hello, I'm a pretty regular runner and have been for a few years now but for the past year I've been having problems with my gluteal muscles. I do stretch them and try not to overwork them by having very sedate runs but the problem is just never
I fell whilst running 6 weeks ago and while the bruising on my coccyx went down I had a gluteal injury from which i am still recovering. I no longer need to take painkillers but if I bend the wrong way it seems to flair up again. I am doing Yoga
i am having problems with my right gluteal muscle, hip, and lower back. it used to only start hurting after about 1hr 45min, but now i can feel it even after 20min running. it doesn't hurt before running, so i need to go running to see whether
Hi all, I'm pretty sure that I have gluteal bursitis and am seeing a sports therapist next week for help with this. I've been training for the London marathon since October of last year and my training had been going well until I got a groin strain
Think I have severely pulled a gluteal (pain in the ass anyway).Basically I had a niggling pain that got worse during my long run (14 miles) and when I stopped I could bareley walk. I am now confined to rest and am still limping. This all happened
Been somewhere between aching and sharp pain for 5 days. Cant seem to find any sort of training that doesn't make it worse (swimming, conditioning avoiding direct impact on the area). I'm pretty sure the only advice is to stop doing all training altogther until it is completely b...
running shoes.Old shoes that aren't designed for running are the cause of most aches and pains, particularly in new runners.The muscles of the lower back and gluteal muscles may be a bit tight and may need some sports massage. As Brian says it could be one
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