Putting up with a relentlessly predictable pain which comes on every time you reach six miles, is pointless when there is plenty you can do about it.
Lots of runners really get into a pickle if they push on hard with an IT band problem.
Niggle is a small man, ordinary and silly, whose ambitions as a painter are thwarted by an overly kind heart which won't let him ignore a plea for aid.His one real ability is to draw leaves – and from such a drawing grows a great painting of a tree. Medrington relates the story verbatim on a stage which is set with items from Medrington's own family history.The story itself is prefaced by his explanation and introduction of these items – and the warning that this will be neither about Tolkien's dwarfs, wizards and dragons, nor will there be puppets, for those who know Medrington for the children's show, The Man Who Planted Trees, which he has been touring internationally for a decade. The story is very much an allegory of Tolkien's own life.Pretoria - The Blue Bulls have a few injury concerns following their 41-40 Currie Cup loss to the Free State Cheetahs.Loose forward Shaun Adendorff and lock Irne Herbst both suffered knee injuries and consulted specialists on Monday.The moral of the story is, get help on with an experienced, running Physiotherapist or Osteopath, who can help you make these changes.