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Tag: Injury Prevention

The 80/20 rule of running

Brad Beer analyses the 80/20 approach to running and how increasing the volume of slow running can improve a runner’s speed and economy.

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5 tips to increase cadence and avoid injury

Brad Beer reveals his methods to stop overstriding and improve running cadence while training for the Gold Coast Marathon.

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Getting to the Gold Coast Marathon injury-free – Part 1

Brad Beer discusses the negative consequences of cramming and provides guidelines on how to progressively build your preparation for the Gold Coast Marathon

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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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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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