Patellofemoral pain (PFP) is pain associated around or behind the kneecap; it is the one of the most prevalent running injuries, with 9 - 15% of the active population reporting PFP at one time or another. This pain in runners is debilitating, often varied in how it presents, and the true source of pain is … Continue reading Patellofemoral Pain in Runners
Neuromuscular Control - What Does it mean? Neuromuscular control is certainly a complex procedure undertaken by the body but this has been made easier to understand by Vern Gambetta, a top performance coach from the U.S. Great reading and this will certainly improve that understanding of movement. Movement is quite simple and from that wonderful … Continue reading Neuromuscular Control – What does it mean???
So knowing how competitive runners can be, I thought I'd give the insiders tips on how to get ahead and stay ahead in your marathon preparation training. Having done some further research, I had a good chat with Max Dillon who runs for Milton Keynes Running Club in triathlon's, half marathons, marathons and 35/40/50 mile fell runs. Now, … Continue reading Marathon Injury Prevention (SECRET TIPS)