While running I've been told my right foot over pronates and points inwards when I sprint/fast run...yet while I'm running/jogging it's neutral. Is there anyway I can prevent this? As I run in neutral trainers, seem to get alot of injuries
. it will help your running hamstrings shorten afer a run it is important to stretch it will help to prevent injury.Enjoy....
Hi thereI have 3 places for the Nike 10k go going spare. I have a injury that prevents me from running in the foreseeable future (and my mates were only doing it with me coz I made them!). Nike are aware that I wish to transfer my registration
I used to fell run competively ten years ago covering distances around 10-20km and sometimes even around 40-50km. Never really recovered from a nasty knee injury (that prevented me from running for at about 2 years) and now run to keep fit
that previous injuries may prevent me from doing this. Really keen to find a running partner locally, as no fun on your own!
Hi,I am a keen runner, I ran alot while I was at college but veared away from it at Uni, now I have been back into it for about 6 months and I am enjoying it very much.I have joined this so that I can get some further advise on injury prevention
Hi, I posted about this in the health and injury section but figured more people would look here!I suffered this for the first time today after being in my 3rd week of running, a total beginner before that!It stopped me in my tracks
Obviously most marathon schedules aim to prevent this, but has anyone else succumbed.Ben Does total and utter boredom at running count.I can't wait to get back to running just for fun. i feel pretty tired - started to pick up a fewq injuries so im
I am going to be 40 in June and have always wanted to do the London Marathon before I reached the special age - one thing or the other as prevented me from doing the LM (knee injury and pregnancy). I did do the 10K races at Regents Park
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