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Trigger Point Performance Therapy endorsement from Dr Emily Splichal – podiatrist

Always a pleasure to meet up with Cassidy Phillips and talk TPT, movement preparation, in-session use of TPT to enhance physical training performance, and recovery/regeneration: An hour spent over a coffee with Cassidy is incredibly educational. Was great to hear about the ongoing development of Trigger Point Performance programming and how the concept continues to […]

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Born to Run and Why We Run reviewed: ultradistance Spartathlon and virtually barefooted super athletes

Barefoot Running is controversial. I’ve heard it said of barefoot running that “it’s unnatural!”, some in the running press, amongst physios and sports therapists feel that its a recipe for sports injuries, particularly around the ankle and achilles tendon. On the other hand proponents feel barefoot running reduces risks of chronic injuries, increases running efficiency […]

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Barefoot Running and Natural Movement workshop at Balance Performance Clapham

Running Engineer, Naeem Akram & Fitness Explorer, Darryl Edwards host barefoot running and natural MOVEment workshop at Balance Performance. WHEN: 7.00-9.00pm, Tuesday 20th March 2012. WHERE: 113 Gauden Road, Clapham, London, SW4 6LE TO BOOK: visit http://balancephysiobarefootrunning.eventbrite.co.uk or contact Scott Morris on 020 7627 2308 / scott@balancephysio.com Many people are drawn to running as it […]

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” Train smarter and stay pain-free” Evening lecture @ Balance

Time: 07 December ยท 18:30 – 21:00 Location: Balance Performance Physiotherapy, 113 Gauden Road, Clapham, United Kingdom, SW4 6LE Thinking about running a marathon? You can’t miss this! The Running Clinic @ Balance is delighted to invite clients and friends to our special evening lecture on performance training. Raphael Rinaldi Chartered Sports Physiotherapist together with […]

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Shoes may have changed how we run – piece from BBC Science journo

BBC Science Reporter Victoria Gill’s article is linked to below: http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/sci/tech/8483401.stm It describes research that came to the obvious conclusion that if you give a human the chance to take the path of least resistance they will take it, even if the consequences are a down turn in long term efficiency. Well thats my interpretation, […]

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