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Participation in running is at an all time high. Running however, is a high-risk activity with an injury rate of up to 50 – 85% during any 12 month period. Integrating strength and conditioning in the rehabilitation of runners can REDUCE injury risk and IMPROVE performance.Do you want to reduce the injury risk of your runners?
Do you want to improve their performance following rehab?
These high-end exercises will enable you to integrate strength and conditioning tools in the rehabilitation of injured runners.
Practical application of strength-endurance training, plyometrics, dynamic core stability, hip stabilisation, mobility drills and progression in runners.
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|Section 1: Introduction to Running Injuries and High End Rehabilitation|
Myths Associated With Running InjuriesPreview
Best Gluteal Exercises for Rehabilitation
|Section 2: Strength Exercises|
Single Leg Dead-lift
Step-up and Raise
Lunge and Wood-chop
7- Hip Thruster
|Section 3: Hip Stabilisation Exercises|
1- Theraband Exercises
2- Glide Discs
3- Jane Fonda
5- Running Man
6- Floor Wipers
|Section 4: Plyometrics|
1- Plyo Intro
A- Split Jumps
E- Mountain Climbers
|Section 5: Dynamic Mobility for Runners|
|Section 6: Dynamic Core Strength for Runners|
1- Gymball Routine
2- Plank Variations
A UK chartered Physiotherapist with significant expertise in handling varied clinical conditions gained through diversified experience both in NHS and private settings. Hard-working and enthusiastic with extensive post – graduate experience in management of patients with complex musculoskeletal, orthopaedic and rheumatological disorders and conditions. Assessment and treatment of patients with a variety of musculo-skeletal conditions and acute sports injuries including runners andtriathletes. Frequent encountered conditions were overuse running injuries, tendinopathy and traumatic sports injuries.