Running is one of the most popular ways to get fit. It’s minimalistic, social, and empowering but few realise how personalised running can be. As a podiatrist, I have seen a recent increase in the number of patients asking the question “Should I take up barefoot running?” Unfortunately there is no one answer to suit … Read moreBarefoot Running – is it for you?
Running can be hard on your joints under the best of circumstances, but when you throw bad form into the mix, a one or two mile jog might end up doing more harm than good. What poor form will ultimately affect is your posture, which in turn will cause your joints to take on stress … Read moreRunning Posture: How to Reduce Joint Impact with Good Form
What’s the geekiest sport? You may think it has something to do with Playstation or other game related activities. In reality, running can be considered one of the geekiest sports. It doesn’t make any sense? Keep on reading and you’ll find out why it’s the perfect pastime for the geekiest people. You will be surprised … Read moreRunning: The Best Sport Ever… For Geeks?
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A treadmill can be a wonderful piece of equipment that can help you to stay in shape, but there are many risks and safety hazards involved with treadmill usage. Just as running outdoors raises safety concerns, a treadmill adds a new set of dangers for its users. Even if you are a very fit and … Read moreTreadmill Safety – How to Keep Your Children, Your Pets, and Yourself Safe
Charity runs are all the rage these days. Why? Because there are so many benefits. Charity runs can: Raise funds for a good cause. Increase awareness for a charity among the local community. Enhance the overall physical health and wellbeing of participants. Offer a highly interactive form of entertainment. Let participants engage with the charity … Read moreHow to Plan and Organize Your Very Own Charity Run