What to Eat During a Marathon

Should you eat during a marathon? They tell you not to eat before you swim, and every time you have ever eaten before you exercise, you always feel heavy and slow, and you might even feel a bit nauseated. This is especially true if you are exerting yourself for a run. A marathon definitely qualifies […] Read more »

Running Injuries to Watch Out For

Runner’s Knee Symptoms: Get to Know Them Runner’s knee is considered an injury which is brought about by poor knee tracking that takes place when the quadriceps are tight and weaker than the hamstrings. Our quadriceps give support to our back muscles, and when an imbalance takes place, the kneecap will experience extra stress plus […] Read more »

The Most Important Treatment For Turf Toe

When people get their feet injured, the two thoughts uppermost in their minds is how they can relieve the pain right away, and how they can get back to walking and moving around normally again as quickly as possible. As unsurprising as these thoughts may be, they may not be what you should consider the […] Read more »

Surgeon

This is Part 2: Meet The Orthopedic Surgeon if you missed part 1 and want to read: The Tackle please go here, The doctor / surgeon, a local lad, looks like a bit of a flash Herbert but he come highly recommend as a knee guy, “Drop you pants and sit on the bed” he […] Read more »

Tackle

The Tackle That Popped my Knee ACL( Anterior cruciate ligament ) The pain was unbearable my left knee was victim to a crunching high tackle from a Neanderthal defender who was sent knuckles dragging to the dressing room by the bright red card of the ref. Meanwhile the trainer was on the pitch faster than […] Read more »