Working from home and home-schooling can be a real pain in the neck, right? We mean literally, a pain in the neck! Trying to do your own work from home while you keep an eye on the kids home-school screens can keep you sitting, slouching and screen bound for most of the day. Here’s some Tips to help with that…Read More
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Plantar fasciitis is a painful heel condition that affects more than 1 in 10 of us over a lifetime. It’s caused by pain coming from the strong soft tissue in our arch where it attaches to the inner side of the heel bone.
Plantar fasciitis is best known for disabling pain when taking the first steps on getting up out of bed, or out of a chair. It also stops you being able to stand, walk or run. Worst of all, almost half of those with plantar fascia pain report ongoing problems 10 years later!!Read More
Achilles pain is one of the most common running injuries and particularly affects older runners or those running long distances. Rather than calling it Achilles tendinitis, which suggests inflammation easily helped by drugs, this is now known as Achilles tendinopathy, which describes Achilles tendon pain due to changes in the structure and function of the tendon and aggravated by increased load. Read on for 5 tips you may think are crazy for settling down a cranky AchillesRead More
If you’re running with a Garmin or Apple watch you may see “Cadence” pop up on screen or in the App afterwards. If you’ve done any research on this, you may have seen the magic target of 180 put forward. What does this all mean? What’s cadence anyway and why is everyone telling me to get to 180? Here’s some answers for you…..Read More
Anyone who’s had “tennis elbow” will know what an absolute pain it can be. It hangs around for ages, can make it difficult to do basic tasks around the house and stop you doing things you love.
Since the advent of the two-handed backhand, tennis is probably the least likely cause of pain in the outside corner of the elbow. Nowadays it’s more likely to be “kettlebell elbow”, “battle-rope elbow” or “finish that backyard landscaping project” elbow. Read on to find out why, what we can do and how long it will take to settle down.Read More
Are you new to running, or been running a while and still confused by your Garmin? Not sure what all those fancy numbers and graphs are telling you? You’re not alone. Garmin sports watches are amazing pieces of technology. Let’s have a look at some of the great information you can get from them to help you stay healthy and run betterRead More