Tuesday, October 19, 2021

Health

Knee Injuries

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<Knee Injury I’m keeping an eye on Twitter for your medical issues. Questions that are common or important are great for me to blog about...

Train Hard & Outrun Winter germs.

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There’s been loads of chat about bugs and germs in the UKSportsChat community in the last few weeks. Disappointed runners having to miss their...

Ways to reduce calf pain

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I’m sure a lot of you are or have been experiencing some sort of calf pain or soreness in the last few weeks, especially...

How do we find balance between training hard and recovery?

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For many of us, February can be a really tough month, particularly if we are training for an endurance event like a Spring marathon....

Metatarsalgia is not a diagnosis – Part 1

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Hello fellow runners, welcome to my next blog. I thought the topic of forefoot pain wold be a nice one, as I have seen...

Understanding Extrinsic Mechanisms Of Running Injuries

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We all love running and hate getting injured, but unfortunately they come hand in hand, studies have estimated 70% of runners sustain an overuse...

Stability Ball Hamstring Curl for Better Running

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Many of the runners I meet are disproportionately strong in their quads, compared to their hamstrings. Triathletes in particular are terrible for this, because of the bike!...

Dr Juliet McGrattans 1st blog for #UKRunChat – it’s a must read!

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UKRunChat Welcomes Dr Juliet McGrattan Hello everyone and welcome to my first GP blog for UKRunChat. Every month I’ll be answering some of your sports...

Relaxation training: Breathing your way into the zone

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  Athletes often say that they perform at their best when they are in the zone or a state of flow. But what does this...

Ask The Doctor with Dr. Juliet McGrattan

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Ask The DoctorM. This is the summary of our ‘Ask The Doctor’ session at the inaugural #ukrunchat weekend in Anglesey, March 28th 2015. Juliet is a...
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