As part of our series of myth busting, we take a look at why some people still fear strength training due to unsupported and misunderstood beliefs. Does weight training really make you slower by adding on unwanted body mass? Let's delve a little deeper so this common myth can be dispelled once and for all.
Unilateral (single limb) strength training is a very useful tool as running of course happens on one leg at a time. A big upside to unilateral training is it reduces asymmetries - where one limb is stronger than it's counterpart. Let's take a close look at all the benefits of these exercises and how they are performed.
Patella femoral pain, or runners knee as it's often referred to is a common running injury. In this article, CER physiotherapist Tessa takes an in depth look at the issue paying particular attention to the causes, symptoms and aggravating factors as well as suggesting ways to manage and treat it.
It’s commonly acknowledged and accepted that strength training is an effective practice for runners who are looking to prevent injuries occurring. But how exactly does lifting weights reduce our injury risk level? In this article, we take a look at what actually happens to the body when we strengthen.