Research suggests about ~50% of us runners and triathletes self-manage or ask a friend about our injuries. The remaining ~30% and ~20% are split between medics or physiotherapists and others (athletic therapists, manual therapists, podiatrists, osteopaths, chiropractors, massage therapists, sports therapists etc.). All of these practitioners tend to be quite specialised in an area. In desperation … Continue reading Who best to ‘fix’ my running injury?
We published this paper in the Journal of Sports Science and Medicine. Unfortunately for the average runner and non-scientist it is full physiological and biomechanical terminology which can make it difficult to interpret. The purpose of this blog is to translate what we found into running speak. How did we do it? We had two … Continue reading ‘What happened when we took the shoes from 9 well trained runners?’ A short blog to translate the science
Yesterday I was asked a question about changing shoes and heel / arch pain. By the time I'd answered it, I realized I'd written the majority of a blog. So here goes..... Details sent to me: Female early 30s returns to running regularly after a long period of without training. Purchases the Hoka One One … Continue reading Did the new shoes cause my heel pain?