Athlete Insights

Hamstrung and Torn

Multi-world Masters Champion Louise Rudd has been hamstrung and torn of late and she takes Matt Long on a gentle walk down the path of recovery...

  • The long road back from injury

    Injury can be a difficult time in any athlete’s career, especially if the diagnosis isn’t clear and the timeline unknowing, but...

  • A physio is for life not just for injury

    If you are one of those runners who only goes to see the physio when you are injured then maybe it’s...

  • Is icing good for runners?

    Everyone wants to do their utmost to recover and bring there best to the next session – but is icing post-exercise good...

  • Are you sitting properly?

    In the second article from Matt Bergin around this unique lockdown situation, the physiotherapist talks about posture and working from home.  Keep it moving COVID-19...

  • Time to breathe

    In the first of a series of articles by physiotherapists Matt Bergin and Mark Buckingham, the experts talk about simple breathing...

  • Can you be ‘too fit’?

    GB International and coach Jo Wilkinson highlights the dangers of having an engine that outstrips your body. “If you’re too fit...

  • Focus on recovery for the win

    Irish middle distance runner and physiotherapist Ellie Hartnett talks about one of the most important parts of anyone’s training: recovery. Recovery...

  • Couch to (the Mid-Cheshire) 5k

    After two months off running due to injury, Jack Gray sets out how he intends to get off his couch, and...

  • There is peace, even in the storm

    The first Fast10 blog from Emily Hosker-Thornhill tackles a subject that many will relate to, running injuries. We all get injured....

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