Stretching exercises against the Piriformis syndrome

Stretching exercises against the Piriformis syndrome

Stretching exercises against the Piriformis syndrome. How can I protect myself or correct the first symptoms? trainingsworld.com shows three effective exercises that help against buttock and back thigh pain. These should be continuously incorporated into the training program. Before we go straight to the stretching exercises, we would like to recommend the following alternative: Important news about piriformis syndrome: With simple and effective techniques for buttock, leg and back pain back to a pain-free everyday life: Our training word expert Katharina Brinkmann has developed the first onlin[…]

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Sciatic pain and the piriformis syndrome

Sciatic pain and the piriformis syndrome

Everyday life - our worst enemy: A fall or monotonous stress, such as long sitting at the desk or in the car, but also running, are among the most common causes of sciatic pain caused by irritated piriformis. In addition, the purse pushes into the buttocks, this amplifies the irritation. Because pressure is exerted on muscle and nerve for a long time[…]

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Strengthen rotator cuff - avoid shoulder pain

Strengthen rotator cuff - avoid shoulder pain

Tormenting shoulder pain can put athletes out of action for a season or longer. Trainingsworld explains in this article how important strengthening and regular training of the rotator cuff is. The construction of the shoulder The shoulder joint consists of 3 bones: shoulder blade (lat. Scapula), clavicle (lat[…]

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Typical runner complaints: When the calf pinches again

Typical runner complaints: When the calf pinches again

Whether hardening, straining or cramp - problems with the calf are among the most common runner problems. What helps if the calf pinches? How to prevent calf problems and how do you get them under control? Wade hardening Runner disease Piriformis syndrome. Learn more now! The calf hardening is a common runner suffering[…]

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Knee problems - and what you can do about it

Knee problems - and what you can do about it

Dennis Sandig gives you an overview of the structure of the knee and the different injury patterns with the appropriate treatment methods. Finally, you will be introduced to some training exercises that will help you to significantly improve knee stability. Athletes of many sports suffer from knee problems[…]

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Chronic knee pain

Chronic knee pain

This article reports on information and the state of research on patellar tendon syndrome, which leads to chronic knee pain. Who is particularly affected by this suffering? How can it be avoided and what about the chances of recovery? The most common knee disease in competitive athletes Knee Pain: Patellar tendinitis is the most common knee disease in competitive athletes[…]

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Runner Disease Piriformis Syndrome: Symptoms, Treatment, Prevention

Runner Disease Piriformis Syndrome: Symptoms, Treatment, Prevention

The Piriformis syndrome means severe pain in the back, buttocks and legs. Expert Angi Peukert explains the anatomical background, the development, the symptoms as well as the treatment and prevention of this disease, which often affects runners. Important news about piriformis syndrome Our training experts Katharina Brinkmann and Nicolai Napolski have written the first guidebook dealing with this disease decidedly[…]

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Recognizing weaknesses in good time: The Functional Movement Screen

Recognizing weaknesses in good time: The Functional Movement Screen

The "Functional Movement Screen", a standardized test method from America, examines important conditional abilities to detect potential injury risks and inefficient movement patterns. Weaknesses should be recognized in good time and training recommendations should be adjusted accordingly. You as an athlete most likely come without physical limitations, such as shoulder pain, through everyday life[…]

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Losing weight despite Hashimoto: the way to the desired weight

Losing weight despite Hashimoto: the way to the desired weight

Hand on the heart: What Hashimoto symptoms bother the most? Tiredness? The muscle pain? Sleep disorders? Or the heart racing? The truth for most women is: the weight gain! When talking to those affected, the conversation always comes at some point on the topic of weight loss. Hardly anyone has their starting weight again, almost all quarrel and fight with their figure[…]

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Is it allowed to do sports with antibiotics?

Is it allowed to do sports with antibiotics?

Anyone who is ill and takes antibiotics, should rather abstain from sports. This is also the case if you feel good by taking the medication. Antibiotics and sports are not compatible Basically, the recommendation applies: While taking antibiotics you should rather abstain from sports altogether. After all, there is also a reason why your doctor has ordered you to take medication[…]

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Which exercises help with discomfort in the shoulder?

Which exercises help with discomfort in the shoulder?

Shoulder Discomfort: The phenomenon of shoulder pain is one of the most common musculoskeletal problems in the 21st century. Be it exercise, rest or even sleep, many people complain of pain in the shoulder. The pain can range from stinging to pulling to burning in the shoulder. People often speculate where the pain comes from and what they can do about it[…]

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Can I do sports with a shoulder injury?

Can I do sports with a shoulder injury?

Can I do sports with a shoulder injury? Working out with injuries usually means removing stressful exercises from the training schedule and replacing them with alternative and complementary exercises until the injury has resolved. The most important thing is that you continue to work on rehab while doing so[…]

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Simple but effective: 4 home exercises for cruciate ligament injuries

Simple but effective: 4 home exercises for cruciate ligament injuries

Cruciate ligament injuries: One of the most devastating injuries an athlete can suffer is the rupture of an anterior cruciate ligament. This is the main strip of connective tissue that stabilizes the knee joint and connects the posterior femur (femur) to the anterior tibia (tibia). The injury is particularly painful - requiring a long healing time and some rather complicated rehabilitation techniques to restore normal knee function[…]

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Can you do sports with cold?

Can you do sports with cold?

The nose runs, the throat scrapes and again and again you have to cough or sneeze. But you do not feel really sick despite a slight cold. But is it allowed to do sports with a cold, or in the worst case even threaten a heart muscle inflammation? May I run with a cold? Take Vitamin D3: If you suffer from colds more often, it indicates that your immune system is not working properly and it is weakened by stress and inappropriate diets[…]

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Shoulder pain in overhead movements

Shoulder pain in overhead movements

Unfortunately, chronic shoulder pain is a common consequence of frequent arm movements at head height, such as: As serves and smashes in tennis, freestyle and butterfly swimming, bowling, javelin, throwing baseball or weight training above the shoulder. How to avoid chronic shoulder pain? Chronic shoulder pain in so-called "overhead athletes" - athletes who often have to perform above the head movements - is usually the result of damage to the RoM (rotator cuff) muscles[…]

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Prevention and rehabilitation of hamstring injuries

Prevention and rehabilitation of hamstring injuries

Injuries to the hamstring muscles are the third most frequent injury, especially to the sports and runners, after injury to the knees and hocks. How to prevent and what does a treatment look like? What is the hamstring muscle? OUR BOOK TIP! LEARN MORE ABOUT THIS TOPIC. The hamstring muscles are the leg flexing muscles[…]

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Nervousness before the competition

Nervousness before the competition

Who does not know that? You have butterflies in your stomach, stomach rumbling, sweaty hands and a racing pulse. One would like to dissolve in the air. Or you want it to be over quickly. Or you are looking forward to the challenge, true to the motto: Just do it and have fun! Why am I doing this at all[…]

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May I play sports during pregnancy?

May I play sports during pregnancy?

Many aspiring mums are wondering if they are allowed to do sports during pregnancy. Exercising during pregnancy has been strongly influenced by cultural and social prejudices and insecurities. Today, from the results of countless studies, it is known that exercise during pregnancy is highly recommended[…]

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