A very powerful little muscle called the tibialis anterior can cause a well known complaint in runners and triathletes known as shin splints. Shin splints is a blanket term for an injury which is causing pain in the tibia. Tibialis anterior sits on the outside edge of the shin and is responsible for dorsiflexion (lifting the foot up) and inversion (turning foot inwards). It is always worth paying attention to it when … [Read more...] about Rehab: Shins
In this weeks vlog, Rob and Loren discuss the benefits of cross training to triathletes. What should you do, how much, how often? Find out now! https://youtu.be/gZWrEQnH1SQ … [Read more...] about Why Cross Train?
The glutes are often abused and overworked. Poor flexibility, lack of warm-up and cool-down, bad self care and poor running form contribute to problems in this area. Often clients say they don't know how to stretch or foam roller the glutes. Worry not - we'll show you how. https://vimeo.com/345333202/7040fea70e … [Read more...] about Rehab: Glutes
Post workout it is good to return the muscles to their normal state. The best way to achieve this is with short static stretches (15-20 seconds) immediately post workout. We also advise that you include longer, static, developmental stretches (45-60 seconds) throughout your day, ideally 2-3 times a day, to help improve your flexibility. In this video, coach Loren, takes you through some basic cool down stretches which … [Read more...] about Cool Down: Cycle & Run