I AM A 56 YEAR OLD WHO IS TRYING TO PREVENT WEIGHT GAIN & PICKING UP INJURIES. I AM AN ACTIVE COMMITTEE MEMBER OF OUR RUNNING CLUB (ALDRIDGE RUNNING CLUB). I HAVE BEEN A MEMBER FOR 14 YEARS.
I'm trying to get back into runing after a few years off following achilles tendonitis. I'm always pleased to hear from anyone with some tips for getting back into it or for prevention of my injury reoccurring
Although I have stated that I am a regular runner I sustained an injury 5 years ago, and although I have attempted to keep some level of fitness my injury prevented me from doing so. I have had the injury dealt with and am now in a position
I started running after injury prevented me from playing rugby. I have been running with a club since November 2004 am thoroughly enjoying it. I aim to enter as many races as possible to find out what sort of distance suits me best.
There isnt much to me, im a student just looking to keep fit. Not too fond of running on pavement but there isnt much i can do about that, just looking for advice on how to prevent knee and ankle injuries from running on concrete, any advice
I ran for England as a Vet and was a member of a winning Gold Medal Team.Then soon afterwards I had knee injury which prevented me from racing again.Just had keyhole surgery [Aug.2007) in an attempt to get back racing.Watch this space.
?Thanks in advance,Andy i have some for biking - they cant really help or prevent achilles injuries though as these arent caused by rubbingget the right shoes, stretch your calves frequently, build up some calf/lower leg muscle mass in the gym if necessary
Help I've had a spongy bit added to my orthotics to prevent an injury. The injury is sorted but my feet under the spongey but just get hotter and hotter until it's really uncomfortable and blisters form. I can just about mange 35 mins before its
Hi there, In addition to my running sessions I try to go swimming once a week, and that's about the only x-training I do. I'm going to start weight training as an alternative, but do you think swimming is a good way of preventing injuries (it
HI, i have recently graduated with a Sports Rehabilitation and Injury Prevention degree and i am currently trying to find a 'real' job! If any ones knows of any sports rehab/sports therapy jobs going i would love to hear from you or if you know
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