What is Piriformis Syndrome? The symptoms include pain in the buttock region, tightness or loss of movement, tingling or pins and needles, and weakness or numbness which can sometimes radiate into the lower back and down the backs of your legs, as far as the toes.
Can you run with piriformis syndrome? Learn what causes piriformis syndrome, and how to recover from piriformis pain quickly with these simple exercises.
In this video, I demonstrate a couple of simple techniques to stretch the often troublesome piriformis muscle of the hip.
When it comes to common overuse injuries in runners, Patellofemoral Syndrome is without a doubt one of the top five. In addition to affecting as […]
What causes hip drop in running gait? While the output of running forwards in a straight line looks to be linear, dig deeper and you can observe what’s happening joint-by-joint with every stride, it soon becomes clear that loading occurs in the forward-and-back (sagittal) plane, side-to-side (frontal) plane and rotational (transverse) plane.
In this video I spend a couple of minutes demonstrating my favourite stretch to target gluteus maximus. Try this stretch after your next long run.