Overuse injuries

The prime cause of overuse injuries is an excessive increase in training load, imperfect/imbalanced biomechanics or a combination of the two. In this section, you’ll information on how to diagnose and prevent overuse injuries by attending to the underlying causes.

Think before you run!

in Overuse injuries

Back in 2016, scientists announced that gravitational waves had finally been detected – exactly as predicted by Einstein’s theory of general relativity, published in 1915. How this will change the future for the man in the street is far from clear, but it almost certainly will, and who cannot be excited about the possibility of... MORE

Running injury: get back to where you once belonged!

in Other, Overuse injuries

One of the hardest things about picking up a running injury is knowing when you’re ready to return to running. Tracy Ward looks at strategies you can use such as self-assessment, gait analysis, and also provides a running-specific strength training programme. Runners typically have some of the highest injury rates of all athletes; the yearly... MORE


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