Over-stretching – a common cause of chronic injury

Most runners stretch what is long and strengthen what is strong! An overstretched or long muscle will always feel tight and feel as if it needs stretching, whereas a muscle that is shortened never¬† feels tight. When we do the full body assessment of clients struggling with chronic injuries, we literally measure the functional length […]

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Should road-runners and triathletes avoid track-training and why?

Almost every road-runner gets to a point in their running career where they realize that if they want to improve their times, they will need to start doing speed training. If you ask a road-runner what speed -training means, they will come up with words like interval-training, fartlek, tempo runs, speed sessions on a treadmill, […]

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Is a locked spiral pattern the cause of your injury?

Chronic Achilles Tendonitis, Plantar Fasciitis, ITB, groin pain, hip pain, lumbar disc lesions, recurring shoulder injuries etc. are just a few conditions that may be caused by a locked spiral pattern. In the LYNO FROM assessment we use at least 12 different functional and ROM tests to determine if the body is locked in a […]

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