If you have chondromalacia patella, it doesn’t mean you have to stop running. Changes to the patellofemoral cartilage is not always linked to knee pain. Learn how you can still run with chondromalacia patella.
A few weeks ago, I sat down with Anna from The Running Channel to answer questions about running injuries, that had been submitted by their subscribers.
If you listen to most physios, having a strong set of butt muscles comes with many positives; perhaps the most important being a lower risk of running injury.
This is one of the best calf stretches for runners to relieve tightness in the lower leg. In the video above, I’m going to show you my favourite calf stretch to target tightness in the various different areas of your calf region.
I really hope you’ve enjoyed the first 3 parts of our series exploring how to beat runner’s knee. This short piece will cover the final part of our discussion: treatment adjuncts.
Have you ever wondered if that muscle pain you feel is a strain or actually a tear… is there a difference? In this article we are going to clear up the confusion and talk about what actually happens when you have a muscular injury.