Although running with peroneal tendonitis will be painful, runners like you and me often want to know whether or not we can continue to run with peroneal tendonitis.
Forefoot running reduces the rate of the initial impact that your knees have to absorb as the foot strikes the ground. However, the other side of the trade-off is that more loading is placed upon your calf muscles and Achilles tendon. Let’s take a closer look.
In the video above I want to show you four of my favourite bodyweight exercises to help you build stronger glutes. Each of which glute […]
In the marathon training Livestream above, I share five of the biggest mistakes made by runners of all types (and particularly first-timers) during marathon training […]
If your physiotherapist or doctor is suggesting a steroid injection for runner’s knee, there are few things you need to know. Brad Neal discusses injection therapy for patellofemoral pain syndrome.