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5 keys to preparing well for your first marathon

Brad Beer provides his five key tips to help prepare you for your first marathon at the Gold Coast Marathon.

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6 common training errors to avoid

Brad Beer outlines six common training errors that you should avoid while training for the Gold Coast Marathon to avoid running injuries.

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The 3 key stages for achilles tendinopathy exercises

Gold Coast based physiotherapist Brad Beer reveals his three favourite exercises to increase calf strength and overcome tight calves.

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How runners can overcome tight calves

Gold Coast based physiotherapist Brad Beer reveals his three favourite exercises to increase calf strength and overcome tight calves.

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Do you need to run the marathon distance in training?

Brad Beer, author of amazon.com best seller ‘You CAN Run Pain Free’, discusses whether you need to run 42.195 kilometres in training before you complete your debut marathon.

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How often should I do hip strength exercises?

Brad Beer, author of amazon.com best seller ‘You CAN Run Pain Free’, highlights four factors that influence the regularity of hip strength exercises.

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5 common training errors to avoid

Brad Beer, author of amazon.com best seller ‘You CAN Run Pain Free’, highlights five common training errors that can contribute to the development of injury.

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Man at the gym doing a hip stability exercise

The role of hip stability in minimising running injuries

Excessive hip motion during running represents a major injury risk factor for runners. When a runner’s hips move excessively due to hip muscle weakness, the legs of the runner will be subjected to greater loading and strain.

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