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My trail of woe – by Tess Agnew

When we treat patients we hope we might inspire them a little but in some cases they end up inspiring us. Tess was certainly one of those cases! Her attitude, determination and willingness to try anything made her a real pleasure to work with. Today Tess share’s her experience of a race that went wrong […]

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Alright, we’ll call it a draw.

Written by Tom Goom, senior Physio at The Physio Rooms Brighton. Follow Tom on Twitter. It's seemed recently I've been in a battle, life versus running, fighting it out to see who'll win; Compulsory viewing! I think it's turned out Life 1 Running 1 but it's been a close run thing! The reason for today's […]

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Simple training tips – VIP treatment

Written by Tom Goom, senior Physio at The Physio Rooms Brighton. Follow Tom on Twitter. Training for sport can be complex and confusing. Overdo it and you risk injury. Underdo it and you may not get results. Here's a simple guide to help – use the VIP treatment… You can't beat a good acronym. They […]

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Getting the most from your training – by John Feeney

John is a sports scientist with an interest in endurance physiology. He's also a long distance runner and part time coach. He's very kindly agree to share his expertise on the benefits of different types of training and their effects on the body. You can follow him on Twitter – @john1_feeney Update 29/03/13 : This […]

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Trail running – natural rehab?

My recent discoveries in trail running have lead me to conclude that it could be a form of rehab in its own right… For a long time my running consisted of just 2 routes. Left or right. I'd stand on the sea front and decide if I headed east over the cliff tops or west […]

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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 as dumbells or kettlebells or weights machines such as leg press, leg extension or hamstring curl. RT and distance running haven’t always had an easy relationship. Many people believe that RT […]

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