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When you eat matters just as much as what you eat

Why You Should Take Shorter, Lighter Strides When Running On a Treadmill

Baby steps may be the key to going harder and faster for longer

 Anatomy of the ankle ligaments: a pictorial essay

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Understanding the anatomy of the ankle ligaments is important for correct diagnosis and treatment. Ankle ligament injury is the most frequent cause of acute ankle pain. Chronic ankle pain often finds its cause in laxity of one of the ankle ligaments. …

For those of us who ultrasound the ankle and foot to decipher the cause of mechanical pain, especially in runners (both athletes and recreational weekend warriors), this visual guide on ankle ligaments is a godsend.
As a sport with the lowest threshold for entry, arguably one of the best exercises to lose weight, and the hype surrounding barefoot running, I expect my sonographic skills in this anatomical region to be increasingly tested. Time to level up.

Researchers in Ohio have identified a potential primary source for knee, hip and back pain that can lead to injury and surgery: dormant butt syndrome (DBS).

As the largest and main anti-gravity muscles in the body, the gluteus muscles’ role in walking, running, cycling and climbing cannot be “compensated” by neighbouring muscle groups and joints without these being strained and injured eventually.
No buts: time to get off our butts.