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Archive for the ‘Running’ Category

Worthing Physiotherapy Physical Revolution discuss the importance of a flexible thoracic spine for runners

January 4, 2015 by physicalrevolution No Comments »

Are you a runner suffering from lower back pain or neck and shoulder pain? Worthing Physiotherapy team discuss the importance of “freeing up the thoracic spine” to potentially resolve your lower back pain… read more…

 

Are you a runner? Do you do the “twist” when you walk? Reduce the risk of foot pain and shin splints with Worthing Physiotherapy Physical Revolution

July 6, 2014 by physicalrevolution No Comments »

Are you a “twister” when you walk?  if you want to reduce your risk of lower limb injuries such as plantar fasciitis, medial tibial stress syndrome (shin splints) and sinus tarsi syndrome (lateral ankle pain) when running then read on…. read more…

 

Worthing Physiotherapist talks about the importance of hamstring awareness for runners

December 8, 2013 by physicalrevolution No Comments »

Are you a “calf runner” or a “hamstring” runner ? Why should you care? Well if you find your running season is being cut short by injury or if you are trying to run quicker times but don’t seem to be getting anywhere despite your gruelling fitness regimes then read on.. read more…

 

Worthing Physio team write for Trail running magazine

November 10, 2013 by physicalrevolution No Comments »

Worthing Physio  team explain their tips for efficient running technique in this months Trail running mag

Trail Mag

 

Worthing Physiotherapy team at Physical Revolution explain how to run faster for longer – Part 1 – i) Foot position at ground contact.

August 9, 2013 by physicalrevolution No Comments »

In this first part of a series of blogs designed at helping you beat your previous times for marathons, half marathons, triathlons or even ultramarathons, the Worthing Physiotherapy team at Physical Revolution concentrate firstly on the importance of your foot position when running.

Why should i care about the position of my foot on the floor? read more…

 
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