Running Injury Prevention & Care

Best Running Shoes for Plantar Fasciitis

Plantar fasciitis – pain in the sole of the foot, especially the heel & arch – is the 3rd most common running injury. Find the best running shoes and t

Basic Plyometrics for Runners

Watch now: the best 2-minute plyometrics exercises for runners. Improve your speed, strength, power, change of direction, balance and bone density.

Best Stretches After Running

Watch now: 6-minute post-run stretching routine. Why should runners stretch? What happens if you don't stretch after running? Find out here plus more FAQs.

Full-Body Mobility for Runners (Pre-Run)

A mobility workout focuses on improving range of motion for the joints and stabilises muscles surrounding a joint. Check out the video workout for runners.

Hip Mobility Exercises for Runners

The hip is one of the most active joints in the body, especially for runners! Keeping your hips mobile helps you run more freely and helps prevent injury.

Strong Knees for Running

Introducing strengthening exercises to our training routine can prevent or minimise the risk of a knee injury. It’s also helpful if we have recurring kne

Running Flexibility and Strength for Seniors

Maintaining flexibility and strength over 50 improves overall physical performance, improves posture and decreases the risk of injury.

Best Running Shoes for Shin Splints

While there's no such thing as the perfect trainers to defeat shin splints, depending on the cause, new shoes can make a huge difference.

Best Home Workout Exercises for Running

Want to supplement your running fitness whilst staying indoors? Save on gym membership with these home workout tips and videos.

Common Running Injuries

Get some tips on common running injuries, such as Achilles Tendinitis, Plantar Fasciitis, Iliotibial Band Syndrome, Runner's Knee, Shin Splints and more...

Hamstrings and Running

The hamstrings are located at the back of the thigh and form three muscles connecting your knee and hip joints

Training and Injury Advice: with Physio, Barry Crane

Couch to 5k, marathon, Ironman or swimming the channel. What's the best current evidence for how you prepare? A physiotherapist & participant perspective.

Stress Fractures from Running

A stress fracture, also known as a hairline fracture, is an overuse injury, typically related to high impact activities like running.

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