expect someone's already answered a similar question elsewhere but can anyone tell me whether it is still safe to run if you have such an injury? Or is total rest the only way of ever getting over it? I'm paranoid about getting a serious long
I'm up to about 35 miles a week at the moment, but over the past couple of days my right knee has been unusually sore when I twist on it. How do I know if this is the beginning of a proper injury that requires action to stop it getting worse
be good if anybody's got any experience they could share.ThanksFatBoarder Prior to my current injury I alternated my training between running and rowing on a concept2 ergometer (I'm better at rowing but prefer running!). In my experience rowing is very
I am recovering from a back injury and am using running to regain fitness. I love sports in general and sailing & swimming in particular.
FIND ME IN GENERAL Here we go again......Devoted2Distance wrote (see)FIND ME IN GENERAL WHY? Because I posted it in the wrong place.I'd hardly say it's a 'health and injury' issue.Duh. Well if you have a injury relating to a ipod. This might have
Can anyone recommend a good, reasonably priced sport's masseur in Watford? I have tried a few but they just haven't been all that great. It would not be for a specific injury, just a general massage once a month.
I'm interested in running as a beginner and maintaning fitness. Have previously run but generally give up as I start to eager and end up with an injury and not having the ability to walk after one night's running!! too much enthusiasm, too little
http://www.af.mil/information/bios/bio.asp?bioID=6991 okay this thread is really rolling now....generally Will there be a series? I'm already looking forward to ''Health + Injury'' and ''Gear''. http://www.gear.org.uk/ Maybe that should have
Having made it out of the carpark (hurrah), iam now running 5 miles every other day, usually in around 40 mins. Taking things very slowly has helped me avoid injury and get a handle on those general aches and pains that come with running.
I've heard a lot of people talk of shin splints.. what kind of injury is this? Where, specifically, would the pain be felt? Shin splints is inflammation of the tendons on the inside of the front of the lower legShinsplints is a general name
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