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PHYSIO

02
May

Here are a few marathon recovery tips for the days and weeks after your marathon but remember that we all recover at different rates. Immediately after your run seek out the Physical Therapy tent and get some well deserved light Physical Therapy to help ease out those fatigued muscles, its great relief for your muscle […]

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31
Mar

The Importance of Core is to produce balanced, powerful, and explosive movements. Weakness or lack of sufficient coordination in core musculature can lead to less efficient movements, compensatory movement patterns, strain, overuse, and injury. A strong core makes a strong runner. The core is your powerhouse and determines how good your running form is. Good […]

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10
Mar

Achilles Tendonitis Having previously spoken about the Anterior leg I feel it necessary to get the balance right so today we will look at the posterior leg and one of its most common issues, Achilles tendonitis. Your Achilles tendon is the rope-like tendon that attaches your calf muscles to your heel bone. Whenever you move […]

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03
Mar

Last week I had a few clients in that are preparing to take part in the Great Limerick Run but one in particular raised my awareness to the importance of understanding that the training programs are guidelines for preparation and not definite instructions on how to run. My best advice as always is to listen […]

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24
Feb

While covering Ard Scoil Ris Victory in the Harty cup final at the Gaelic grounds at the weekend some of the players feel victim to the dreaded cramp and one sprained ankle which got me thinking about similar issues for runners. Most of the problems that you can experience in your lower legs are likely […]

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19
Feb

“Perfect Practice Makes Perfect.”!! “Quality is better than quantity” !! “Start as you mean to go on” !! We have heard them all before but have we stopped to heed them ?? I am aware that a lot of you have already started you pre Marathon/ 1/2 marathon or 10k training for the Big day. […]

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20
May

Race Day is over, you’re in the process of recovering and you’re starting to feel like getting out again. Before you hit the road, here are a few marathon recovery tips for the days and weeks after your marathon: 1. Run On Soft Surfaces. For at least a week after your marathon and even as […]

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