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Missing Domino J.
02 October 2018, 11:41
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Thumb Pete H.
30 June 2012, 17:58
hi mate im 53 had night mear problams with my nees started doing leg exersises manly sqwats once a week every week and get as meny hills in as poss and dont over train no more nee probs i do more trail runs and try to keep off the flat road

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Thumb Stan K.
11 February 2012, 23:03
My knee started hurting last week after a 11 mile run. It seems to be ok if I jog a very slow speed but if I try to run a moderate to fast run it start to ache on outside part of right knee and round the back which increases as I keep running at the faster pace. I had shin splints playing football about 15 years ago, the pain is very similar in the way it increases but to the side of knee rather than shins. Is this Jumpers Knee ? Stan

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Thumb John K.
29 August 2011, 19:13
Patellar tendonitis or jumpers knee. An injury that lasts a few weeks or in my case nearly a year. Can be cured or at least alleviated by seeing a running coach and physio. Do all the stupid looking exercises they give you to strengthen all the muscles that surround the knee. Hamstrings, quads-especially gluts. Kick higher when you run and flex the ankles more. The power needs to come through the hips, ankles and feet. Stay upright as well. Rest and Ibuprofen and regular icing you are back in the game.

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