The big question! Should you Heel Strike when you run? The simple answer is No! But why is this? Walking Gait and the Heel Strike When we walk we should absolutely heel strike, the forces of walking are much lower… Read More »Heel Striking in Running: Good or Bad?
This is the time of year when food and dieting really don’t mix. With rich foods on all the shelves and chocolate gifts appearing daily, how can we keep ourselves healthy during our festive feast and avoid weight gain? 1.… Read More »Festive Feast Without the Weight: Tips for a Healthy Christmas Period
Running, a seemingly simple and natural activity, often takes a back seat to the more complex and technical aspects of sports training. Yet, for those striving to shave off those precious seconds from personal best times, or combat nagging aches… Read More »Rotation: The Essential Powerhouse of Running for Peak Performance
Frozen shoulder, medically known as adhesive capsulitis, is a condition that can significantly limit shoulder movement and cause persistent pain. Understanding why it occurs and identifying who is most susceptible to this condition is crucial for effective prevention and management.… Read More »Unraveling the Mystery of Frozen Shoulder: Causes and Risk Factors
Welcome, to the intricate world of arthritis, let us unravel the mysteries behind two distinct members of the arthritis family tree: Osteoarthritis and Rheumatoid Arthritis. Are all forms of Arthritis the same? We will explore the two main forms of… Read More »The intricate world of Osteoarthritis and Rheumatoid Arthritis.
Welcome to this week’s article! As promised, we’re going to explore effective ways to prevent the common issue of shoulder protraction, also known as “rounding” of the shoulders. Protracted shoulders can lead to various problems, including shoulder pain, nerve compression,… Read More »Preventing Shoulder Protraction: Strategies for a Pain-Free Life
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS) is a common and often debilitating condition that affects millions of people worldwide. It can be incredibly painful and limit one’s ability to perform everyday tasks, especially for those whose occupations involve repetitive hand movements. As… Read More »Can Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Go Away?
The winter season often brings with it a mix of joyous festivities and, for many, unwelcome aches and pains. The cold, combined with reduced outdoor activity, can lead to stiff muscles, tension, and a general feeling of discomfort. However, the… Read More »How Sports Massage Eases Winter Aches.