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Running with MS – by Stuart Rose

We have a real gem of a guest blog today from marathon runner Stuart Rose. He has been involved in some incredible work for the MS Community. His running has challenged negative perceptions of exercises and MS and he has raised valuable funds for the MS Society. If you'd like to find out more about […]

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When to defer on a race

Written by Tom Goom, senior Physio at The Physio Rooms Brighton. Follow Tom on Twitter. I have to admit I’m a little embarrassed writing this. Here I am, a Physio with his own website on managing and preventing running injuries about to defer on a marathon because I’m injured. The truth is though that sometimes […]

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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. Julia has a wealth of experience in providing nutritional advice to sports men and women and has her own excellent site. You can follow her on Twitter via @JuliaNutrition. Nutrition plays […]

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Marathon Training – Stick with it – by Carla Azavedo-George

Carla is a runner and devoted fund raiser for the British Heart Foundation. You can follow her on Twitter via @carlawalakoala. She's kindly agreed to share her marathon story with us and tell us a bit about “the stick”…. I am currently training for my first marathon. This is something I thought I would never […]

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Marathon training – snow and sea spray

My first 3 weeks of marathon training were tough and not without a few trials and tribulations. A drop in mileage at week 4 helped a hip niggle settle and then…the snow came…. After 35 miles in week 3 dropping down to 28 in week 4 felt like a real luxury and it was a […]

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Marathon Training – Trials and Tribulations

On Christmas Eve just gone I did the first run of my training for Brighton Marathon 2013 and started my 16 week programme aiming for a sub 3:10 finish…3 weeks later I've finally found the time to update the site with my progress so far… That first run was a bit of a beast, the […]

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