Why Do I Get Heel Pain When I Run?

Why Do I Get Heel Pain When I Run?

Part 10 of our latest advice series “runner’s questions” which aims to answer all of the most popular questions that runners have.

Correcting Pronation with Exercise – Part 2 | Lower Leg

Pronation of the foot, or more correctly overpronation, is often the cause of many runner's injuries. This article explains how you can use strengthening and stretching to reduce overpronation, reducing the need for heavily corrective running shoes.

Injuries – Why the first 48 hours post injury are so...

We all play sport for a combination of reasons with keeping fit and fun the most common. Though by doing so, it can ironically...
How to deal with running injuries | 4 of 26 Marathon Series

How to Deal With Running Injuries

Injuries are par for the course when it comes to marathon training; you can't expect to train so hard and not have any injuries....

Tips to stay injury free this winter

Although a lot of us find it harder to get out in the colder months, there’s no reason why your training should suffer due...
Make yourself blister proof | 15 of 26 Marathon Series

Make Yourself Blister Proof

Blisters! Every runner's nightmare, those horrible fluid filled sacs that seem so trivial, yet can eventually stop the hardest of runners in their tracks. Surely there...
Stay Injury Free This Summer

Summer Running: Tips to stay injury free this Summer

Once the sun comes out and the brief British summertime appears, there are more people making the most of it by running and exercising...
Why do I get shin pain when I run?

Why do I get shin pain when I run?

Part 2 of our latest advice series “runner’s questions” which aims to answer all of the most popular questions that runners have.
Knee Pain

Knee Pain – Part 2 ITB Syndrome

What is the ITB? The Ilio-Tibial Band is a thick fibrous tissue (tendon) coming primarily from the Tensor Fascia Latae and Gluteus Medius muscles in...
Knee Pain

Knee Pain – Part 3 Osgood-Schlatters Disease

What is Osgood-Schlatters Disease? Osgood-Schlatters Disease is actually not a disease at all, it is a condition brought about by repetitive muscular action of the...