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Achilles Tendinitis – Prevention and Treatment

Treat, Prevent & Strengthen your Achilles Tendon
Andy Hamilton

Many athletes may not know precisely what the Achilles tendon is, apart from being a stretchy bit of tissue between the ankle and the heel, but they will certainly be aware of the agonies of Achilles tendinitis.

It is a condition that can wreck your training and utterly destroy your performance results. The purpose of this special report is to explain what the Achilles actually does, describe how it works and how it can be injured, and prescribe exercises and treatments that can prevent it being hurt and quickly bring it back to normal.

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This report has been prepared by the Peak Performance team of experts, physiologists, fitness specialists and sports doctors, and is designed to tell you everything you need to know about the care and feeding of the Achilles tendon.

It contains, among its abundance of practical advice, a number of strange and unexpected facts such as, for instance, that the length of your Achilles tendons may be a crucial factor and by stretching them you may actually improve your performance!

Strong ankles are one of the key factors in preventing Achilles tendinitis, and this special report has a definitive article on how to strengthen them and also prevent that bane of an athlete’s life, ankle sprains. Finally, the report has an extra bonus: a guide to recovering from knee injuries.

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ANDREW HAMILTON BSc Hons, MRSC, ACSM is a sports science writer, researcher and editor, specialising in exercise physiology, sports health and sports nutrition. He has worked in the field of fitness and sports performance for over 30 years, helping athletes to reach their true potential. Andrew is also a lifelong endurance athlete himself.
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