Running

Running

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

Have fun!

Running Podcasts:

Ocean Physio’s Andy Larmour was a guest on the UKRunChat Podcast discussing running and injury prevention

Apple: 

https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-ukrunchat-podcast/id1503554817?i=1000502113930

Spotify:

Ocean Physio and world class Ultrarunner Jo Meek discusses her running career and offers superb running advice 

Apple:

https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/in-conversation-with-ocean-physio/id1511310232?i=1000502146532

Spotify:

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?

Apple:

https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/in-conversation-with-ocean-physio/id1511310232?i=1000475564090

Spotify:

For any advice and help with running or running injuries – please get in touch.

Ocean Physio & Rehab

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