So, the last few weeks I've really struggled to run because I've been getting really bad pain in my right hip after every run. I was honest with myself and recognised I should probably be stretching better before a run, but when you're up at 5:30am you just want to get pounding the pavements as quickly as possible. Anyway, I started stretching fully before and after runs, but it didn't seem to be helping. Then, my last run (Friday last week), left me pretty much unable to walk until Monday. Gait analysis suggests my running shoes are OK, running stance is OK, no pronation. So, I couldn't figure out what was causing the hip pain.
The member of staff doing the gait analysis asked me if I always do the same route, which I do. He suggested doing the route backwards and said it could be due to the camber of the pavement. Did as suggested this morning and my hip does not hurt at all! Problem solved!