07 Sep Running
Getting back into running?
Follow the Ocean Physio top tips:
Try a Dynamic Warm Up – here’s our Free example https://youtu.be/ZnKqKPi4Ceo
Take your time – it takes time to build up running, be patient.
Consistency is much more important than speed.
Committing to running regularly gets the best results, rather than a few hard efforts followed by periods of no running.
Try a Walk : Run initially – here’s our Free example https://youtu.be/w0_yOYveNuE
Build up very slowly -only increase your mileage by a maximum of 10%
Don’t always do the same type of run – include lots of variety – slower / faster runs, off road / on road runs, flat / hills / intervals on different days
Ocean Physio’s Andy Larmour was a guest on the UKRunChat Podcast discussing running and injury prevention
Ocean Physio and world class Ultrarunner Jo Meek discusses her running career and offers superb running advice
Inspirational runner Ray Elston is 81. He only started running at 50, and now runs almost daily, without injury and can still run a 52 min 10km. How does he do it, and what can we all learn from him?
For any advice and help with running or running injuries – please get in touch.
Ocean Physio & Rehab