“Don’t let your engine outpace your chassis” – How to build an injury-resistant body and prevent running injuries

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Runners are often very good at running, but when the topic of strength training comes up, many runners, well, run away from it, mostly because they believe it will make them heavier and therefore more prone to injury.This is however, is thankfully a complete myth, in fact quite the opposite is true. Supplementing running with […]

Are you doing the right strength training?

Are you doing the right strength training?

Posted Posted in Rehabilitation, Sports Therapy

Strength training forms the basis of rehabilitation programmes, and quite rightly! Being able to produce force and control load has a positive impact on the treatment of many musculoskeletal injuries, as well as improving functional outcomes for patients. However, just giving a patient “strength training” – without understanding the goal and the relationship of the […]