Plantar Fasciitis has a tendency to become quite stubborn and persistent if not cared for properly. Proper rest, recovery and tissue management are all key components to resolving this foot injury, but many runners hope to continue training through the recovery process.
Running physio Tom Goom describes the stages of plantar fasciitis in runners and when it is appropriate to continue running through foot pan.
In this article, I want to share the findings of a recent paper which brings together the two worlds of scientific research, and expert coaches. This unusual approach helps us greatly in further understanding how running technique can be coached to help athletes recover from injury
Strength training for distance runners is such an important part of your training. Avoid injury and run faster with this strength training plan for runners
In this article, I’ll try to give you a good overview of stress fractures generally, as well as giving you a little insight into my […]
Try this simple exercise to identify imbalances in the lower leg, particularly weakness in Tibialis Anterior. Such imbalances contribute to many of the common lower leg running injuries.