October 26 2016
There are a few times where having "no excuses" is a load of bull. We've rounded up when it's completely reasonable to quit a workout.
A study published in Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise found that using a foam roller significantly reduced muscle soreness post workout and increased range of motion in the long term. After a tough run, invest in 10 minutes of roller loving to stay injury free!
Need some tips on how to foam roll effectively? Try these 5 moves after a hard run.
By Jennifer Landis October 19 2016
The hips don't lie—if you are experiencing pain, something is wrong. Here's what your hip pain could mean and how to treat it.
By Jason Miller October 14 2016
It is a little muscle on the side of your hip and it plays a huge role in injury prevention and stabilizing your running stride.
By Victoria Davis October 13 2016
The foundation of your running form starts in your toes. Give your lower legs some love to prevent aches and pains from the ground up.
By Stephanie Cajigal September 8 2016
Are you sidelined because of an injury? Here’s your guide to physical therapy treatments that will help you get moving again.
By Hillary Kigar September 1 2016
Ready, set, run...but wait! Don't forget to stretch.
By Jessica of Twins in Trainers August 24 2016
You may have been warned about runner's knee, but what exactly is it?
By Jackie Wilson August 3 2016
Sometimes big girl panties are all you need; other times you need an actual doctor.
By Ian McMahan July 31 2016
Learn about two of the many of the commonly held notions about the causes of running injury.
By Susan Lynn Cooke July 12 2016
As a masters runner for New Balance, Susan Lynne Cooke has to take care of her body more than the younger athletes.
By Team WR July 7 2016
With the Olympic Track and Field Trials underway, runners everywhere are inspired to set up training.
By Kelly O'Mara July 3 2016
You're not alone—here's how to combat upper pain.
By Jordan D. Metzl, M.D. June 13 2016
Runners are hard on their joints—especially the knees.
By Hillary Kigar June 1 2016
This is a simple exercise you can do twice a week on each leg to help prevent pesky shin pain.