Alex has given me hope when I thought my Ironman race season wouldn’t happen due to chronic Achilles issues.
Declan, London

Category: Running


Running Gait Analysis – Why You Should Have One?

So you’re training for your big race, but what can you be doing to prepare? A gait analysis is a great way to work out how you can make your body move as efficiently as possible! Click through for more reasons why you should get a Gait Analysis at the beginning of your training journey!

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New Year’s Activity Push

Having a great support network when we train is vitally important.  This article will assist you in transitioning into 2020’s activity push.  Being able to move is of huge benefit to prevent injury, increase performance and stay healthy

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Gait Assessment – What would your gait say about you??

The term “Gait Assessment” can be relatively broad in it’s use and as a result, expectations of what a gait assessment entails can be quite varied… click through to read more!!

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How does Sports Massage affect Running?

How exactly does massage affect your body during running and sport generally? Click through to read more!

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Running Event Preparation

With January over, the runners amongst us are busily preparing for their own event (Reading Half Marathon, London Marathon, even your local Park Run!……)  And we must not forget the huge number of triathletes that as well as running, have the joy of adding a swim and bike into the training plan. All of us that compete though have the same goal……. to finish.

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Ultra Dos And Ultra Don’ts!

With more people participating in marathons and long-distance triathlons, the number of ultra-marathons out there has continued to grow too. So if you’ve taken the plunge and decided to do something stupid like an ultra-marathon, what are the common mistakes and misconceptions! Click through to read more!

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Getting to the Bottom of Running!

More often than not the glutes aren’t working properly and the driving force comes from the hamstrings and low back, both of which are supposed to be quite small contributors and consequently over time they will become taut in an attempt to try to stabilise this action. Click through to read more about how to solve the problem!

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Interval Running: What to Remember!

There’s a common misconception in runners that ‘the more miles you do, the better runner you become’.  It’s a trap we see people fall into time after time, where training stagnates and becomes a one-dimensional, one pace, slog… click through to read on!

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I’m not a runner… or am I?

In December our Operations Manager Freddie followed Tammie’s example and took part in the December Daily Dash! But how did she get on? Click through to read more!

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I’m a runner, why should I include strength and conditioning in my training?

Strength and conditioning is a super important tool to any runner’s toolbox and is often under-utilised, but why is it so crucial? Click through to read more!

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