Mental Health and Running – Shona’s Story

Shona is a runner and running coach and has very kindly agreed to share her story with RunningPhysio. She works with Up and Running in Sevenoaks and you can follow her on Twitter – @Uprunning7oaks. Does running help with mental health? There’s been a lot about this in the media recently: I’ve seen reports that […]

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The Henfield Half

Today we have a guest blog from runner and fellow blogger Isobel Muir. She's kindly written us a race write up from the Henfield Half Marathon. Isobel's own site is well worth a visit and you can follow her on twitter too – @isobelMHove. On Sunday (19th August) my running diary contained the words Henfield […]

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Blisters – treatment and prevention

Surely every runner ever has had a blister? They can range from a barely noticeable bubble to a toe that looks like an angry cherry tomato! At their worst they can make running an uncomfortable nightmare or stop you altogether. So what can you do about them? Firstly, prevention is obviously better than cure, but […]

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