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  • RUNNERS INJURY PREVENTION SERIES: RELAX THOSE SHOULDERS

    Lisa Tamati

    Posted on October 21 2018

    RUNNERS INJURY PREVENTION SERIES: RELAX THOSE SHOULDERS
    We often see runners with tight elevated shoulders. this impacts our running performance and enjoyment. Good shoulder posture is very important for good running 
  • RUNNERS INJURY PREVENTION SERIES: RELEASING LOWER BACK AND HIPS

    Lisa Tamati

    Posted on September 21 2018

    RUNNERS INJURY PREVENTION SERIES: RELEASING LOWER BACK AND HIPS
    The hips and the lower back area have a hard work life. Especially those of runners. Take some time each day to give this poor area of your anatomy a bit of love in the form of foam rolling and myofascial release and mobiity exercises that will help keep this area in its best condition. Doing mobility work, stretching, activating and releasing muscles everyday helps improve your running form, run times, your posture and helps you most importantly avoid injuries. In this video Run Coach Neil Wagstaff of Running Hot Coaching takes coach Jess through a routine to release the hips and lower back. If you want to run faster, longer and be stronger without burnout and injuries then check out and TRY our Running Club for FREE on a 7 day FREE TRIAL Complete holistic running programmes for distances from 5km to ultramarathon and for beginners to advanced runners. All include Run training sessions, mobility workouts daily, strength workouts specific for runners, nutrition guidance and mindset help Plus injury prevention series, foundational plans, running drill series and a huge library of videos, articles, podcasts, clean eating recipes and more. www.runninghotcoaching.com/info and don't forget to subscribe to our youtube channel and come visit us on our facebook group www.facebook.com/groups/lisatamati
  • Foam rolling exercises to loosen tight calves for runners .

    Lisa Tamati

    Posted on July 06 2018

    Foam rolling exercises to loosen tight calves for runners .

    Runners nearly always suffer from tight calves so here is what you can do about it.

    Lower calf and foot exercises using foam roller and massage balls to increase dorsiflexion and loosen muscles. For more great tips and advice check out 5 day free run training ecourse. www.runninghotcoaching.com/running-success

     

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