With so many athletes wanting to get back to exercise after having COVID-19, I wanted to share my own journey in case anything I try might just help someone else. You can see all chapters here. Running Again Over the last two years I’ve read, watched and listened...
Too high With the number of people lacing up their shoes and getting out running continually on the increase, so is the number of running injuries. Three years ago, the available literature told us that up to 75% of runners will get a running related injury in every...
As we learnt in an earlier post, one of the things that can be a factor in shin splints are weak shin muscles. The muscles that we are particularly interested in are the tibialis anterior muscles. However, a couple of others are also important here… Extensor...
In previous posts we’ve looked at ankle mobility and some of the reasons why we get shin splints. Now we’re going to follow those up with a quick way to assess your ankle range of motion, how much you need and how to increase it. So let’s dive right...
Ow, my shins hurt! Painful shins are common amongst runners, but in a lot of cases they are actually pretty straightforward to fix. We’ve read a lot on the forums recently about shin splints and what we can do to sort them out. But what are shin splints? The term shin...
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