Don’t work on your abs, work on your feet!
All those hours in the gym. Core strength. Pumping iron. Sweating hard. But how much time do you spend working on your feet?read more
Race to the Stones Blog 3: Ultra Running Zero to Hero
Dan from the Profeet Run Lab is taking on the 100km ultramarathon Race To The Stones in July. This is his third blog update as he moves from ultra running ‘zero to hero’.read more
Hip and Glute Exercises for Runners
The following set of exercises from Profeet (www.profeet.co.uk) look at the hip and glutes.
This area of muscles is so important for strength when we’re running – for both speed and power – but also just for general stability.
Race to the Stones Blog: Ultra Running Zero to Hero
Dan from the Profeet Run Lab will be running the 100km ultramarathon Race To The Stones this summer. He will be blogging along the way to let us know how his preparations are going as he moves from ultra running ‘zero to hero’.read more
Ankle mobility exercises for runners [Video, 2:08]
At the Profeet Run Lab we see a lot of injuries that can be attributed to poor ankle function.
This series of exercises looks at storing good ankle range of motion in all the different planes, as well as general strength for it too. If you get this right, it can alleviate a lot of problems higher up the chain.
What are running insoles, and why should you choose them?
Richard Felton, Run Manager at Profeet explains how and why we create custom running insoles for our customers.read more
50km Treadmill World Record set at Profeet
Earlier this month, one of the UK’s top ultra runners, Paul Navesey, set a new 50km Treadmill World Record at the Profeet Run Lab.read more
Profeet help conquer ‘The Fear’ for UK triathlete Harry Boyle
As soon as you get that bit closer to your goal the fear kicks in and the idea of not being able to get to that start line becomes an ever present fear.read more