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    Recuring Injuries

    Many runners go round in circles without getting injuries sorted.

    To many therapists rely on Ultrasound & Electrical equipment, instead of using a hands on approach.

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    Re: Recuring Injuries

    IA we can only go on the advice we receive at the time, most runners aren't experts so have to rely on the so called professional to get us back running.

    I want advice not only from an expert but also from someone who knows what it's like to train and race.
    Someone who knows the routines and determination that's involved in running.

    Getting advice from someone who has just read the books or done the college courses is fine but having an empathy is as important.

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    I am A former Cumbria County runner, have been a level 4 UK athletics Coach for long distance running, Former post office northern cross country champion. Ranked in the top 6 in cumbria in 1989 for 10k, 10 years commpetitive running, Ist class times in the Kentmere & fairfield horseshoe fell races, Etc. So i do have the Empathy as well as having read the books, taught the subject & been on the Coal face


    Sub 2.30 marathon man.

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    Re: Recuring Injuries

    Most injuries are put up with or run through. Goes with the territory. There are two types of runer, those who are injured and those who are between injuries.
    Tao begets one. One begets two. Two begets all things.

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    Re: Recuring Injuries

    'Spose you would have to recure a recurring injury.
    "The best shield is to accept the pain, then what can really destroy me?"

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    Re: Recuring Injuries

    Quote Originally Posted by Grouse View Post
    Most injuries are put up with or run through. Goes with the territory. There are two types of runer, those who are injured and those who are between injuries.
    Simple those who are injured should get injuries treated stop running. no pain killers to carry on.

    And those who are not do everything to prevent injury

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    But life is pain.
    Tao begets one. One begets two. Two begets all things.

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    Re: Recuring Injuries

    if i went to see a physio everytime i was injured i'd be in debt

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    I thought id shook off my recurring ankle injuries but 3 twists in 1 mile.
    Trying to plod up hills every day slightly faster than the day before

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    Turbo
    Get yourself a wobble board n get into a regular routine of using it.

    I think it's worth you knowing Mr Injury Advice use to be a top runner, he trained and raced with some of the best so he does know what it's like to push yaself to be the best.
    He ain't just a numpty quack, he's suffered just like us

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