Creaking like the Tin Man? Hip Flexors and why they matter! Remember how the Tin Man needed his joints oiling in The Wizard of Oz? Well, so do you! Check out this stretching video.
Trouble in Paradise or a running lesson from a hot and humid climate. Helena Laczko shares some useful advice from her experience of running in Thailand.
Ouch! Is this the noise you make when a physio or gym instructor presses on your IT band? If so, I’m pleased to introduce to you your best friend THE GRID.
Second in a short series of nutrition and fuelling strategies for marathons and ultra marathons, covers nutrition in the week or so before your race.
First in a short series of nutrition and fuelling strategies for the standard 26.2 miles / 42.2 km marathon and also for ultra marathons.
Pain can come from structures within the hip joint itself, or from structures surrounding the hip joint. It may be felt in front as groin pain, on the outside, or at the back in the buttock.
If you are looking for some natural alternatives, or are interested in having a go at making your own, here are a few suggestions.
Becky Xerri shares the benefits of coconut water, green leafy vegetables and spirulina, so you can have a go at making alternatives.
Tendonitis is a painful condition, often seen in runners. Sophie King covers the possible causes of tendonitis, plus shares some tips on relief and prevention.
Knee pain is a common obstacle for runners. By looking after your knees now, you can help to safeguard them for the future, prolonging your running lifespan.
Keeping to a running schedule is always hard, and even harder when you are feeling a little under the weather. How do you know when it is time to take it easy or rest?
What are black toenails? How best to treat them? More to the point, how best to prevent them in the first place? Chitika Wheeler has some top tips.