Each month our friends at The Athlete’s Foot will share tips and advice to help make your parkrunday easier on your feet.
This week we’re looking at whether you’re wearing the correct shoes. If you are experiencing any of the following:
• pins & needles or numbness when exercising
• black toenails or losing toenails while exercising
• soreness or concerns not felt in previous shoes
• burning sensation on the underside of the feet or near the arches
• aching feet after a run/workout
Head into your local The Athlete’s Foot store and ask to speak to one of their Fit Technician’s to get fitted in the correct shoes for your feet.
In our four-part training series, we’ll be introducing some of the training methods you can use to help you improve your running and your parkrun PB, whilst showing how a couple of tweaks to your mid-week training can help you become a more confident runner, whatever your aspirations! In this instalment, we’re discussing Interval Training. …
It was April 2015 when Michael Arnott decided he needed to start dragging his wife out to parkrun. Already an avid parkrunner, Mick wanted to share his love of parkrun with his favourite woman, but he also wanted to help her to recover and become strong again. Suzi had been diagnosed with Stage 4…