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Essential Prehab – Rehab Preparation
It’s important to properly prepare and rehabilitate yourself following injury to help you go the distance.
Post-Run Stretching At Home
During training you should remember to stretch regularly, especially after your long run. Stretching after a run, when your muscles are warmed up will help improve your flexibility
Common Running Injuries And How To Spot Them
Most running injuries are overuse ones - meaning that they creep up on you gradually.
Why Massage Is So Good For Runners
Massage isn’t just a feel-good way to indulge or pamper yourself, it is a powerful tool to help you take charge of your health and wellbeing. Chartered Physiotherapist and Director of Blizard Physiotherapy, Jenny Blizard explains why.
5 Top Tips To Keep You Off The Couch
Injuries are a runner’s worst enemy – we all hate spending time on the sidelines, especially if there’s a big event coming up. Here, our resident physio has some important tips to keep you moving as you prepare for your next event.
Getting To The Point Of Acupuncture
Have you ever wondered what acupuncture actually is? Our resident physio gets to the point with this quick guide
Case Studies: Dealing With An Itb Injury
The iliotibial band – otherwise known as an ITB or an IT band – is a source of problems for many of our runners which is caused by a number of issues. Here, physiotherapist Paul Noble talks us through one runner’s problems and his pathway to fitness