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How Can Massage Help Runners?

How Can Massage Help Runners?Some runners swear by it, others say it’s a waste of money. The fact that most elite runners have regular massage suggests there must be something in it, but how valuable a tool is it for...
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How to Breath when Running

The question of ‘how to breath when running’ is one that many runners find themselves pondering, especially those new to running or starting to experiment with more intense sessions like sprint or hill intervals. Should we breathe through the mouth or nose? Is there a particular rhythm or technique we should be using?

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Instead Of Post Run Stretching, Try Some HELP.

Does post run stretching help reduce soreness or reduce risk of future injury? The research says no, but you could try some H.E.L.P.

Cadence Testing Brighton Marathon

Way, way back many centuries ago... 2013 actually, I used attendees of the Brighton Marathon  Expo (for whom we were the offical Physio & Sports Therapists at the time) to challenge the all too common misassumption that the...
How to Breath when Running

How to Breath when Running

The question of ‘how to breath when running’ is one that many runners find themselves pondering, especially those new to running or starting to experiment with more intense sessions like sprint or hill intervals. Should we breathe through the mouth or nose? Is there a particular rhythm or technique we should be using?

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Cadence Testing Brighton Marathon

Cadence Testing Brighton Marathon

Way, way back many centuries ago... 2013 actually, I used attendees of the Brighton Marathon  Expo (for whom we were the offical Physio & Sports Therapists at the time) to challenge the all too common misassumption that the optimum cadence for runners was 180spm...

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How to Breath when Running

How to Breath when Running

The question of ‘how to breath when running’ is one that many runners find themselves pondering, especially those new to running or starting to experiment with more intense sessions like sprint or hill intervals. Should we breathe through the mouth or nose? Is there a particular rhythm or technique we should be using?

read more
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