1. To move at a speed faster than a walk, never having both feet on the ground at the same time.
2. To move about in a hurried or hectic way.
Running provides joy and pain. It can get you fit, help shed pounds, help clear the mind and cleanse the body. Our bodies are efficient machines, which are good at responding and adapting to increased workloads. This does not make us immune to dreaded running injuries. It's estimated that 85% of runners will experience some form of overuse injury in their career.
Experiencing symptoms of a running injury? We'll look at all aspects of your symptoms and your training including biomechanics, joint range, flexibility, strength and training load.
This can be your best running season yet, and we can help.