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Although exercise such as running is great for your health, both mentally and physically, in the hotter weather running can be harder on the body and can sometimes even be dangerous. read more about Should you run in the heat?
Knee pain can be caused by a number of different factors including sprains and strains, tendonitis, a torn ligament or cartilage damage. read more about 9 things you could be doing that will make your knee pain worse
It’s commonly known that exercise can be beneficial for all aspects of our health. From improving general health, maintaining a healthy weight and improving mental health, it can help prevent serious conditions such as strokes and high blood pressure. read more about How exercise can minimise arthritis joint pain
With colder temperatures, shorter daylight hours and the festive season upon us, it can sometimes feel harder to stay motivated and maintain an exercise routine. However, if you’re looking to keep rested and improve sleep, you should be focusing on your physical activity routine. read more about How to exercise for a better night’s sleep
Bunions are bony lumps that form at the base of the big toe on the inside side of the foot. They can be painful and make wearing certain footwear uncomfortable and sometimes, impossible. read more about Bunion surgery: Recover in time for strappy sandal season
Many people take extreme pleasure from gardening. Pottering around the garden, making it look beautiful so that you can enjoy the fruits of your labour and relax surrounded by nature may be one of your favourite pastimes. But regular weeding, digging, planting, hedge trimming and mowing can cause lower back pain. This pain can become so severe that it prevents you from getting out into the garden and doing what you love. read more about Reducing back pain caused by gardening: 11 tips from the physios
More and more of us are enjoying the benefits and freedom of running outside, especially since the coronavirus pandemic has meant that many of us have been spending more time outdoors. Running is free, requires no equipment, can be done anywhere, at any time and is a great way to burn calories, manage your weight and get fit. read more about The beginner’s guide to running
Are you currently working from home, in line with recent government guidance? You may be feeling anxious and restless, particularly if you’re not used to working remotely. As we don’t currently know how long we will need to work from home for, it’s vital that you set up a comfortable workspace for yourself. read more about 5 top tips to stay healthy when working from home
Marathon or half marathon distance running can be invigorating and rewarding. But it can also be mentally and physically challenging. read more about Long distance running training: how to avoid injury