Whatever your goal is this year big or small we are no stranger to the word ‘Recovery’. To achieve our goals and maximise our performance during training it is super important to give our body enough time to recover. Recovery does not necessarily mean sitting on the sofa for 24 hours but active recovery can include anything from yoga, swimming, stretching and more. Programme manager and FIIT trainer Corinne Naomi talks to us about the importance of recovery and just how the FIIT Rebalance Studio can help keep you injury free and active during your recovery days. READ HERE!
Plantar Fasciitis is one of the most common foot injuries for us runners. It involves inflammation of a thick band of tissue that runs across the bottom of each foot and connects the heel bone to the toes (plantar fascia). We may not be able to completely treat this injury with a click of a finger but there are things you can do to help relieve your foot pain. Take a look at these mobility exercises and see if you can include them in your pre and post training. READ HERE!
Runner’s gut refers to upset to the digestive system during exercise, usually through longer, more intense periods of exercise.This condition usually shows itself through: urgency to go to the toilet during exercise, extreme stomach cramps, nausea, reflux, bloating. Thanks to Jess Hillard at RunThrough UK she has provided us with some tips for you to take away and trial if you are struggling with this issue! READ HERE!
Chase The Moon Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park 5k & 10k – Wednesday 9th March – ENTER HERE
Battersea Park Half Marathon – Saturday 12th March – ENTER HERE
Victoria Park 5k, 10k & Half Marathon – Sunday 13th March – ENTER HERE
Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park 5k & 10k – Saturday 19th March – ENTER HERE
This year our official charity partner is Macmillan Cancer Support
Need some motivation to get you over the finish line?
Run for a reason and join Team Macmillan to support people living with cancer. You won’t be tied into a fundraising target, simply raise whatever you can, and enjoy all the perks of being a part of our team:
A Macmillan running vest, merchandise and fundraising pack
Regular e-newsletters and support from our Facebook group
A reason to run – support people living with cancer
We’re doing whatever it takes.
But without your help we can’t support everyone who needs us.
Running is one of the most inclusive sports there is and we want to hear about your experiences!
Do you run for charity, to keep physically fit and look after your mental health or just because you love it and you can? If you’ve got a story to share, we’d love to hear it.
Drop [email protected] to share your story and see it featured on our website and social media.
VIDEOS, PODCASTS & PLAYLISTS
Catch up on what the RunThrough Community has been up to with another RunThrough Chat episode with last week’s episode Emmaand Jatila – HERE
Our very own Lucy Harfield has started her own podcast – Pinch of Positivity. The podcast hopes to keep it real, talks straight and offer a fresh perspective on how to find the bright side of life – LISTEN HERE
You can also find the next RunThrough Running Playlist, created by our Head of Operations Jack Williams, on Spotify HERE
We have recently added RunThrough to Trustpilot, a review platform open to everyone. We would like to invite you to share your experiences to help others get a real feel and understanding of what RunThrough is all about.