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.
In the first part of our series on stress fractures, I talked about some of the possible contributing factors to this frustrating type of running […]
Follow the running stretches in this video for an ideal set of cool down stretches in your post-run recovery. Stretch after running for injury prevention.
In this video I show you some simple but effective inner thigh exercises to build strength in the adductors and groin region. These exercises are great for anybody who has suffered a groin strain or adductor injury.
While previously it was thought that ITB Syndrome was caused by friction around the outside of the knee, more recent research points towards this compression of the fat pad as being the source of the pain runners experience from this injury.
Think of this way, the stronger you become in the frontal and transverse planes of motion – movements occurring side to side and into rotation – the better you can focus your running efforts on moving forwards efficiently.