The Running Man Step Up is great for VMO strengthening for knee injuries. It also works to strengthen and stabilise the glutes and hips. Adding in the hip drives is more running specific- Also look at our single leg dead ift and running man video to accompany this exercise
Single leg care and pelvic stability and strengthening exercises. Great for knee, hip and lower back rehabilitation. Single leg stability is also essential for runners and cyclists to reduce injury risk and improve performance
Opportunity to review some variations of glute stretches
Pelvic and glute stability exercise using single toe taps in multiple directions. Keep the standing knee soft and the hips level.
Upper back mobility is really important for triathletes, to enable them to swim and run with good technique. However the latest research shows that time spent in the saddle is stiffening up our spines and hips which is effecting performance and injury risk during duathlons and triathlons.
Shoulder blade (scapula) positioning and posture is important when rehabilitating and strengthening the upper back an shoulder complex. Poor control or posture can cause pain into the arms, shoulder, neck and upper back. This video teaches you how to set your shoulders posture before progressing to strengthening exercises.
Use a spiky ball, or a golf/tennis ball for this short self massage and mobility routine to loosen the foot and ankle. Great for runners, plantar fasciitis and Achilles injuries
Having a baby changes your body and some elements may never be quite feel the same again, however, these changes may not to be permanent. Diastasis Recti During pregnancy, the rectus abdominal muscles that runs down the center of your abdomen becomes stretched and can weaken and even separate, this is referred to as diastasis…
Many of you may have signed up to a marathon/ half-marathon this year. Maybe you have a few questions? We would like to help your marathon season go a little smoother and injury free. Did you know the number one reason for non starters is injury? With it accounting for 42% of cases. Also did you…
Sciatica, have you had it or know someone who has? Up to 40% of the population can suffer with sciatica at some point in their lives, and therefore is a common problem GP’s and therapist see patients for. But what is it and why is it such a pain in the back side? Sciatica is…
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