Strength & Conditioning Exercises For Runners

Strength & Conditioning Exercises For Runners

Whilst running is a cardio sport, it still requires a great deal of muscle strength. Strengthening key areas will improve your running pace and reduce the risk of injury. Good running form requires stability at the pelvis, freedom at the trunk to rotate, and balanced...
Stretching Exercises For Runners

Stretching Exercises For Runners

Running relies on the right tension and strength in the muscles of the legs, hips and back. Muscles that are too tight limit the running action and are often inhibited in their power. Muscles that are too elongated require more control, power and stability to produce...
Common Injuries & Complaints For Runners

Common Injuries & Complaints For Runners

Running injuries are unfortunately far too common. The number of muscle groups and joints involved in propelling the body forward over what is often a prolonged period of time is ripe for injury. Here we take a look at some of the most common injuries, pay closing...
Run further, faster and without injury

Run further, faster and without injury

Training as a group has so many benefits, whatever your goals. It’s been proven that training with others spurs us on and makes exercise we might otherwise find tedious more fun. With this in mind, we’re starting a running club! This six week running...