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Running can leave us feeling stiff and sore the next day, which is why it’s important to stretch or cool down. It can also help prevent injury, allow the body to recover and regulate your blood pressure. Stretching is most effective after a run when...

Stretching before running can not only enhance your performance, it can also help you pull up better and avoid injuries. But are you stretching the old school way? Find out the perferred option with advice and videos from osteopath Marissa Mitchell. It's well known stretching before...

Plantar fasciitis causes heel pain and is common in people who run. These exercises can help stretch out the tissues in the soles of your foot and calf muscle as well as strethen the muscles to alleviate heel pain. Plantar fasciitis is one of the most...

Are your runners looking a little tired? Are you beginning to feel the ground through the soles? It might be time to trade in your footwear for a new pair that will support your activity and individual foot type. We chatted to Ally from Active...

Are you an experienced runner or perhaps an aspiring runner enthusiast but held back by niggling knee pain? You may be suffering from the common complaint known as Runner's Knee. These exercises may be just what you need to get back on the track. Runner’s Knee...

Experiencing pain on the outsides of your knee? Your discomfort may be the result of Runner's Knee in particular, Illiotibial Band Syndrome. If you're active, you'll know the feeling of disappointment when you're hit with knee pain. The discomfort can put you out of action for...

Is your knee pain preventing you from reaching your BP? If you're experiencing discomfort in the front of the knee or behind the knee cap, you could be suffering from Pateloofermoral Pain Syndrome. Knee discomfort can be debilitating and prohibit you from performing at your best,...

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