It has long been said that forefoot running is far more efficient as you recruit far more muscles and tendons, rather than heel striking and putting huge amounts of pressure on your bones and joints. For the last 6 months we have been trialling Newtons men’s performance neutral trainer, the Newton Gravity. The shoes take a few weeks to transition […]
Here is a great video providing some running warm up advice from Rod Dixon, who won the New York City Marathon in 1983!
Here is another brilliant video from Rod Dixon providing good Running Warm Down Advice which will help you to Avoid injuries such as ITBS. A proper cool down together with our ITBS Exercises will ensure that you minimise your risk of injury and stay clear of Iliotibial Band Syndrome (ITBS).
A very common running injury is Runners Knee – Iliotibial Band Syndrome. Its caused by excessive friction between your Iliotibial Band and your knee joint or hip bone when running. This is normally because of biomechanical issues (poor running form / overpronation of the foot), that need to be addressed with the correct footwear and […]