I have a running injury, will I be able to run the marathon. With three months to go, marathon physio Lucy Macdonald answers this important question.

 

Physical and Mental Health

The end of January marks a time when your physical and mental health may be taking bit of a beating. You might be injured, fatigued and or wondering how you are ever going to do it. This is normal and understandable. Your marathon journey will be filled with ups and downs but you will make it in the end.

In this video your marathon physio Lucy Macdonald, talks through the tiny minority of reasons that would stop you from being able to run and how to manage the vast majorly that won’t.

More videos on running injuries and marathon training

If you would like to watch our latest videos on running injuries and marathon training please click on the following links: 

running shoes 

DIY training diary

Lucy’s favourite running exercise

Muscle strains and muscle pain

Why your tendon pain is not getting better (Achilles, Plantarfascia – sole of foot, Knee, Hip, Buttock, Hamstrings)

Plantarfascia pain – pain in the sole of your foot or heel, AKA plantarfascitis or plantarfasciopathy

 

Get in contact

For more info on how Lucy Macdonald can support you on your marathon journey please watch this video which also contains her top three tips on preventing injury training for a marathon. 

You can contact Lucy directly on lucymacdonaldphysio@hotmail.co.uk, via this website (where you can also find lots of free running exercise videos) and on TwitterFacebook and Instagram. 

If you would like to book an appointment, please click on this link.

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