Eccentric strengthening

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May 2014
7:08pm, 12 May 2014
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philbo
After struggling with achilles injuries over the last year ive been desperate to clear this up , so ive been looking on the interweb and keep coming back to eccentric strengthening , so anyone done this ? what results ? do you need to keep doing it once the injury is healed ? coments appreciated.
May 2014
8:51pm, 12 May 2014
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jacdaw
There was some discussion about this over on this thread:

http://www.fetcheveryone.com/viewtopic.php?id=55137&page=36

earlier today (not sure if you've already seen it). See HappyGs comments about halfway down the page; he seems to have fixed his achilles, and I'm trying to sort mine out before it becomes a real problem.

At least I think we are talking about the same thing...
May 2014
8:58pm, 12 May 2014
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philbo
Thanks , had a look yeah its the same thing im doing only 3 weeks into it though , got to do something so sort this out , not running is driving me up the wall . :-(

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