What is Tennis Elbow?

Acute Tennis Elbow is an injury to the muscles that extend the wrist and fingers. The site of injury is typically the lateral epicondyle, a bony bump on the outside of the elbow where these muscles attach. Tennis Elbow symptoms that have lasted more than 6 weeks are considered to be sub-acute and beyond three months, as chronic tennis elbow. What are Tennis Elbow Symptoms? Typically the Tennis Elbow sufferer will experience pain when performing gripping tasks or resisted wrist/finger...

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January Stretch

The Runner’s Stretch (A) Step your right foot forward and lower into a lunge, placing your fingertips on the floor or on two firm cushions if your hands don’t reach. (B) Breathe in, then, in one motion, exhale as you straighten your right leg. Slowly return to the lunge position. Repeat four times. Switch sides.

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Running for beginners

Running is a great way to get fit, feel better and even form new relationships with other runners. Starting a new running habit doesn’t have to be hard — all it takes is a comfortable pair of shoes and a willingness to move a little or a lot, all at your own pace.   RUNNING FORM Some people are natural heel-strikers while others tend to lead with their toes. The good news: neither form is inherently better than the other. And you...

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