Pilates is used by the best sports physiotherapists for both rehabilitation and prehabilitation, and leading sports coaches are using it as an effective cross-training tool for runners. Learn some moves and start getting strong at home today.
Good nutrition is crucial to run well and recover quickly. But what is the right food to eat after a run or workout? How much should you eat and how quickly should you eat after you finish? Learn more...
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Achilles tendonitis is a painful debilitating injury for many runners. Learn how to identify the problem, treat the issue and get back to running quickly.
Running a marathon requires more than a few long training runs. Learn the recipe for success to ensure you get to the finish line both happy, healthy and injury free.
No one wants to be sidelined by injury, pain and fatigue. Learn the six telltale signs of overtraining and when to back off and restore your health and fitness.
When it comes to movement, the spine is the most important part of your body. But unfortunately, back pain is all too common. Try these 7 yoga poses to help mobilise the spine and relieve lower back pain.
Tight muscles and stiff joints aren't uncommon for runners, and one way to ease them—and improve your overall performance—is to practice yoga or stretch regularly. But should you stretch before running?
Proper breathing while stretching relaxes the body, increases circulation, and helps get rid of lactic acid build-up. Done regularly it can fast-track recovery and flexibility.
The hips are the workhorse of the body, which means they are often tight and restricted. The good news is that with a little stretching and mobility work you'll have less pain and restriction and the potential for more strength, power, and athleticism.