Our inactivity and injury costs the NHS £7.6bn, according to Sport England.
2017’s CPD Running series will tune clincians’ running and trainer theory.
My pulled hamstring is not troubling me any more, but I won’t be in the top 10! Training for this event has certainly taught me how to prepare for the next one though!
Just a few days to go now, and I’m injury free and feeling really strong. Speed over the course may be a little slower than I was hoping for, but we’ll see.
Sally Howard is joining BxClinic for her first full marathon in Edinburgh. Following in her mother’s footsteps, follow her progress here as she trains.
Megan Lawn is also a patient, as well as a long-term colleague and friend of BxClinic. Megan is a Senior Specialist Practitioner in the Blood Transfusion team at Kings College hospital in London, and her calm demeanour is invaluable in the planning and logistics of the marathon.
Pamela Anderson is a patient, long-term colleague and friend of BxClinic. A proud Scot, she’s looking forward to showing us Edinburgh’s sights as she leads us around the course.
Martin in a friend and patient of BxClinic’s; he comes from military stock, which has bestowed upon him a never complain, never giving up, and smile all day long disposition. He’ll keep the team laughing all round the course.
Ian is leading BxClinic’s Edinburgh Marathon team, providing training plans and having regular catch-ups to ensure everyone gets to the finish line skilfully and uninjured.
On Sunday May 29, we’re taking a small team of friends, colleagues, and patients with us to Edinburgh for the marathon. Follow us as we prepare.