You will need these items to complete our online training programs. Instructions for when and how to use them are provided throughout the programs. These items will continue to be of use well beyond the seven weeks.
An essential tool for this program and beyond. We love the Trigger Point roller as they are durable and have the perfect amount of foam.
Handy for the Osgood program and beyond. We particularly love these adjustable versions so you can gradually progress weight as you get stronger
Having something soft for your stretching is crucial to protect the knee. These high density cushions are great and easy to transport
These can actually be a brilliant short term help for anyone suffering from Severs, The key is that they are used only for a short while (few weeks max) as you develop strength and then phase them out of use
None of these products are essential to completing the training programs but feedback from athletes who have successfully completed the programs these products come highly recommended.
An optional extra, once you get comfortable on a regular roller we find the vibrating rollers incredibly effective. not just a gimmick!
Trigger balls are great for releasing out stubborn tight spots in your calves and glutes. A handy tool to have for all athletes.
A phone tripod can be useful for recording your exercises and running technique to self assess and monitor your form.
you will need a set of mini-bands for the Building Resilient Athletes Program, they can also be handy during the Osgood program too.
Whether it is placebo or it actually works, many people swear by Magnesium spray for their aches and pains. While it isn't a magical cure, it has no real know side effects so can be worth a test (be wary of sensitive skin however)
As above, a small strip of KT tape applied with a 30% stretch under the knee can provide some gentle proprioception and support for the knees
While we don't think you need a knee strap or taping through the program, some athletes can move more freely and with less discomfort with a knee strap or taping
One of the most difficult and frustrating set backs in the Osgood recovery process is to land heavily on the knee and create a new round of intense pain. Wearing knee sleeves or pads can lower this risk while also keeping the knees warm during sport
you will need cones or some form of markers for your running and agility training in the Building Resilient Athletes Program, we like these ones as they are easy to transport and are low profile.
A comprehensive seven week training plan to treat the cause of the pain. Includes helpful resources, professional support, and access to a supportive Facebook community.