Discover the secrets of preventing injury and looking after your body during marathon training, with ASICS Target 26.2 physio Sarah Connors. We talked to expert physio Sarah to find out more about avoiding injury, telling the difference between a
Hi everyone, Sports physio and ASICS PRO Team member Sarah Connors will be answering your injury prevention questions ahead of your autumn half-marathon in the forum today between 1-2pm. She'll help you banish any injury niggles with stretching
Superb article, every point well made.One issue I can confirm is the "Run on a level surface" I live in Milan which is completely flat and has limited running space. I have a 3.5km circuit around the outside of the park and it never occurred to me regularly change direction - unt...
know. You wil be running again. Thanks for the advice, it's quite reassuring. I had a miniscus operation a long time ago now (1989) but I certainly knew when I did the injury on that occasion (playing baseball, hidious twist swinging for the ball
Very useful method to stay fit. They have some good products too.
't read the full article, but I've been injury free for the past five years, ever since I gave up running in "training shoes" (big heels) and did all my running in racing shoes (small heels). Gordon Pirie's free on-line book explains it all in a bit more
Hi, for some reason I've been experiencing a niggling tightness in the groin after runs of any distance, pace or difficulty. Is there a stretch or gym exercise to avoid future trouble? I note that there's a specific 'machine' in the gym to exercise the adductor muscles - is this...
shouldn't have gone ahead, as it may have made my injury worse, but I'd collected money for a really good cause.I have been seeing a physiotherapist on the NHS for over a month and have been resting since October, but she can't diagnose the problem and
each week? Im coming back form injury marcebut i run every day and nornmally do 40 miles a weekis alexandra sports a specialist running shop, and did someone fit your shoes for you, and watch you run in them What do you run in? :-) Did you have
successful sports injuries clinic.This spring, she joins us as the ASICS Super Six physio and is working closely with our marathon contenders as they prepare for the Paris Marathon on April 10. Follow her advice - and post your own questions - in the relevant
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