Running Injury & Recovery Advice
Maximise your running efficiency to help avoid unnecessary pain and injury.
Do your fingers or toes go numb when running? Helena has some tips for you.
How do you know when it is time to take it easy or rest?
More and more runners are talking about meditation and how to use it while training and racing.
Have you ever felt you could keep on running, were it not for a painful blister developing on your foot?
After pushing yourself to the limit, enjoy post-exercise satisfaction, not chronic exhaustion.
Stretching to prevent knee pain, aid recovery and keep yourself running free.
Sometimes a runner's feet just don’t get the care and attention they deserve.
Irritable Bowel Syndrome is not a particularly glamorous subject, but it's a fact of life for some runners.
There are many different techniques of stretching but here are just two of them.
What are the main things runners can do to try and avoid injury?
Recovery, mental as well as physical, is an important and often overlooked part of running.