What is overpronation? Watch the short video below before reading on. So Runners World TV classifies overpronation as the foot rolling in more than 15 degrees on ground contact. They are brave to put a number on it as there are no established norms to this motion. Pronation is a critical physiological movement that enables […]
Kelly McGonigal explains that stress is not necessarily a bad thing, providing we interpret it that way.
The new rules of exercise. Old way New way Aerobic focus Resistance training focus Stretching tight muscles Activating weak ones No pain no gain No gain with pain Guessing Testing Calorie obsessed Nutrition aware Protocol bias […]
Leading Physiotherapist Mark Comerford dispels the myth that an ‘overactive’ Upper Trapezius is responsible for shoulder and neck pain. The truth is actually the reverse. Read our post on the subject which shows you how to improve the function of your upper trapezius to reduce shoulder and neck pain.
In this post we look at why your calf muscles get tight and go through one exercise that may help resolve the issue. The sensation of tightness in the calf muscles is very common, particularly if you’re a runner. This may be due to weakness in the muscles that bring the foot closer to the […]