Episode 027: Interview with runner and sports scientist Peter Francis

Click here to listen Episode Notes Peter Francis PhD is a sports scientist, runner, and Musculoskeletal Science Lead at Leeds Beckett University. We talk about running, managing pain, achieving consistency, and barefoot running amongst many other things. If you’ve ever had an achilles problem then you need to listen to his advice on managing that … Continue reading Episode 027: Interview with runner and sports scientist Peter Francis

The Importance of Doing ‘Enough’ During Rest Periods for the Runner

Mentally and physically runners need a break, especially from the rigours of routine. The problem with complete rest is that returning to training represents a massive increase in loading and therefore, risk of injury. There is a minimum dose of training that enables the runner to reduce the risk of injury and detraining associated with … Continue reading The Importance of Doing ‘Enough’ During Rest Periods for the Runner