Hear from our in-house physio on how to prevent and manage common running injuries
By Aidan and 3 others4 authors15 articles
How to manage Achilles TendinitisGet back to running quickly and carefully with information to help you self-manage Achilles Tendinitis
Top tips for preventing injuryIn this article, we've covered our top tips to help make your running journey sustainable and enjoyable.
How to manage back pain for runnersGet back to running quickly and carefully with information to help you self-manage generalised back pain
How to manage Plantar Heel PainGet back to running quickly and carefully with information to help you self-manage Plantar Heel Pain
How to manage niggles (minor soreness or discomfort)Struggling with knowing when to push on and when to add in a rest day? Give this article a read
How to manage IT Band PainGet back to running quickly and carefully with information to help you self-manage IT Band Pain
Converting your runs into non-impact sessionsInjured and can't run, but still want to make use of your Runna plan? No worries, you can easily convert your running sessions.
How to manage Runner's KneeSafely get back to running again with information to help you self-manage Runner's Knee, also known as Patellofemoral pain
How to manage Shin SplintsGet back to running quickly and carefully with information to help you self-manage Shin Splints
Returning to running post-injuryOnce your injury has subsided and you're returning to full-strength, check our progressive list of exercises to return to running
The difference between soreness and painSpot the difference between pain and soreness.
Dealing with Calf painCalf pain is common and we know it sucks, so here are our top tips to avoid injury and recover from any calf niggles!
The Benefits of Training on a TreadmillRunning on a treadmill has numerous benefits for both beginners and expert athletes. Have a read here to find out why.
How to manage hip painHip pain can be very common for runners, here are our top tips on how to avoid hip injuries as well as deal with them if these arise.
Choosing your running ability after injuryYou're ready to start our post-injury plan but you aren't quite sure where to start. We have some guidance to help you!