Tag Archives: Runners knee

A look at Running and the 10% Rule.

For years runners have been told to not increase their mileage by more than 10% per week. This ‘rule’ has come under fire recently. So, herewith, hopefully a bit of light shed on the subject.  Why is running so important? … Continue reading

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A look at our Runner’s Leg Assessment.

Our Runner’s Leg Assessment is something unique that I have developed over years of dealing with runners and their injuries. Added to that, I have been running for 35 years and believe that you will find great value in the assessment. … Continue reading

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What is “Runners Knee”?

Just what is runner’s knee? Unfortunately the term “Runner’s Knee” has been abused all too often and covers a whole host of knee conditions. For many, the diagnosis is quite simple, find a runner with a sore knee and wisely … Continue reading

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