When training for a half or full marathon, knee pain is incredibly common. In our experience it normally goes a little bit like this:
We are told we should stretch and strengthen, but do we get as much value out of both?
If you train twice a week that’s 26 hours of activity a year that’s doing very little for you. What if you spent the same amount of time training the muscles groups you were attempting to release?
If you have tight shoulders you may be tempted to hang from a chin up bar to improve your shoulder mobility. This might be the worst thing you can do however.
Injury has an impact on your muscular system that can far exceed the healing time of the injury itself. In this post we discuss why that is and how strength training can help you recover.
In this post we discuss what makes a good strength training workout and how you can tell when you’ve had one. What though makes for a good strength training workout and how can you tell when you’ve hit the spot?
Find out why the benefits of strengthening outperform stretching for remaining pain-free and boosting performance.
Find out why it's important to understand the difference between sport and exercise. Just playing sports might not be enough to keep you pain-free.
How Strength Training Can Relieve Back Pain: Evidence-Based Benefits
Find out what exactly makes Strength House personal trainers different and how they can help you with your aches and pains.
The Powerful Prescription of Strength Training for Osteoarthritis. Is Strength training the answer to improving your Osteoarthritis?
Is the leg extension a good or bad choice if you have a knee injury or experience knee?
Heart Disease: Strength Training to Prevent Cardiovascular Disease. Find out how strength training can help prevent heart disease.
Find out why the fitness industry has been led by consumers rather than evidence.
Find out the benefits of having a personal trainer.