Wednesday, January 16, 2019

Assessment and rehab of movement control and balance

I've mentioned movement control and balance in most of my blogs on injury management. It's one of what I think of as the Big...

Assessing runners – capacity and performance tests

Today's blog is the first in a series examining running rehab, performance and athlete monitoring. The aim is to provide useful tools for therapists...

What core stability exercises are best for runners?

Written by Tom Goom, senior Physio at The Physio Rooms Brighton. Follow Tom on Twitter. Some time ago I set off on a mission...

Calf conditioning exercises by Barry Sigrist

Following on from the popularity of his first blog on hamstring strengthening, Rehab Specialist Barry Sigrist is back with a blog chocked full of...

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...

Resistance training and running

Resistance Training (RT) means the use of some form of resistance against muscular actions of the body. Commonly this can involve free weights, such...

Glutes rehab – recent research

Our first article on glutes rehab remains by far our most popular post to date on RunningPhysio. It seems many runners are wondering how...

Strength training for runners – recent research findings

Written by Tom Goom, senior Physio at The Physio Rooms Brighton. Follow Tom on Twitter. Examining the research evidence on running injury prevention can...

Balancing training load and tissue capacity

A key concept in preventing and managing running injuries is understanding the balance between training load and your capacity to handle that load. In...

Glutes Exercise Circuit – free download and the reasoning behind it

This week we've launched a new 'Cutting Edge Clinicians' Mailing list designed for therapists that treat runners and other athletes. We'll be sharing a...

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