Post Natal Return To Running
Kate Wins a Bronze Medal at The World Championships
Have you had a baby and would like to get back to running but not sure when and where to start?
I remember after having my first baby I expected to bounce back with my running trainers on in no time but quickly realised this wasn’t going to be the case. At the time there was limited evidence or advice about when or how you should get back to running after having a baby. We’re now lucky that there’s more and more evidence based research emerging about how to go about this.
Kate Cadbury has just returned from racing for age group team GB in the World Championships in Duathlon. Massive congratulations to her on her achievement of coming home with a Bronze Medal. Here she talks about her duathlon journey.
Positive steps to help our mental well being…
It may be reassuring to know that if you have low back pain, you are certainly not alone. About 80 percent of adults experience low back pain at some point in their lifetime. Most low back pain is acute, or short term and will last a few days to a few weeks.
The ‘Core’ Principles Behind Getting Active After Childbirth
Last month was World Mental Health Day. Whilst this is a great day to increase recognition of mental health conditions it’s something that should not just be thought about one day a year.
The Healthy Balance. Is it possible to achieve it?
I have just come back from presenting at The Royal Society of Medicine in London on the role of Pilates in getting women active after childbirth.
What is Osteoarthritis?
Being a mum of two, working as a Physiotherapist and running a local pilates business, teaching 10 classes a week and also being passionate about sport myself means life is a little on the busy side.
How to achieve injury free running?
The start of a new year is always a great time for reflecting on life and being proactive to make some positive changes. With the colder weather setting in it’s often a time of year when we tend to take more notice of any aches and pains.
It’s nearly time for the Bournemouth Festival of Running which means it’s a busy time for me. As a Physiotherapist I’m helping people recover from injury or niggles as quickly as possible to allow them to actually get to the event and achieve their goal.