Gluteal tendinopathy, is targeted loading or education the key?

Thanks to the hard work of some excellent research teams we've seen several key gluteal tendinopathy (GT) studies arrive almost at the same time!...

Gluteal tendinopathy, are psychological factors more important than strength?

Following on from the excellent LEAP Trial in Gluteal Tendinopathy which found exercise led to a roughly 80% success rate at 8 weeks we...

Managing hamstring injury in track and field by Stuart Butler

It's a great pleasure to welcome England Athletics Physio and Medical Lead Stuart Butler to the blog today. He's kindly written us a great...

Recovery for the mind with Professor Andy Lane

Professor Andy Lane joins us today as part of Mental Health Awareness Week to talk about the importance of recovering mentally as well as...

Run Around the World for Mental Health – by Kevin Betts

Our mental wellbeing is precious. It can influence so many parts of our lives and even how we see the world itself. Today's blog...

Gluteal Tendinopathy: New study is a LEAP forward!

Gluteal tendinopathy is a common and frequently disabling condition. Research suggest it affects 1 in 4 women over 50 and has similar effects on...

What to eat to maximise your strength training – by Fran Taylor

When we're working with someone to help improve their strength for rehab or performance we want to make sure we have all the building blocks...

Recovery and injury case study – Scott’s sacrum

Throughout this recovery series we've talked about the importance of balancing training load with adequate recovery to optimise performance and reduce risk of injury....

Sleep your way to better recovery

I love sleep. Few things make you feel better and more refreshed than a good night's rest. It should be common sense then that...

New video on training, recovery, fatigue and fitness

It's not always easy to illustrate to runners the importance of balancing their training with adequate recovery so we've put together a brief video...