Cross-Training for Runners – by John Feeney

Resident running coach and sports science graduate John Feeney joins us again to share his considerable wisdom! His previous work with us includes getting...

Core stability and runners – performance and injury prevention

Many runners include "core stability" work in their exercise schedule and yet there seems to be little consensus on whether it's effective and how...

How what you eat can help you age well and run better in your...

There have been some incredible achievements from masters athletes recently, continuing to run and compete in their later years. The incredible Ed Whitlock ran...

Squatting for runners – by Barry Sigrist

Rehab Specialist Barry Sigrist returns to the blog again today to talk squatting. This time he's really raised the bar (quite literally) with a...

What causes running injuries?

There are a lot of theories as to what causes running injury but it seems the answer is fairly obvious; While I'm sure Ian's tweet...

Nutrition for Marathon Runners

Sports nutritionist Julia Mainstone has kindly agreed to do another guest blog for RunningPhysio following her popular article on nutrition and the immune system....

My trail of woe

Written by Tom Goom, senior Physio at The Physio Rooms Brighton. Follow Tom on Twitter.You know sometimes a run just goes wrong. Saturday's...

Calf strengthening for runners

Written by Tom Goom, senior Physio at The Physio Rooms Brighton. Follow Tom on Twitter. Our recent posts on calf tears and calf pain when...

Recovery – the importance of planning and implementation

In the first blog in this series on recovery we discussed the key concept of the stress recovery balance and how both physical and...

Cross-training during injury

Cross-training while recovering from injury can be a useful and effective way to maintain fitness and forms an important part of the rehab process....

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