February 8 2016
About 30 to 40 percent of new runners develop shin splints; stay a part of the healthy majority.
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 Sabrina Grotewold January 18 2016
The right kind of self treatment can help you knock out Plantar Fasciitis, a common and annoying injury.
By Michele Foley January 14 2016
Don't wear the soreness like a badge of honor. Relieve them right away.
By Hillary Kigar December 30 2015
It's not easy. Follow this advice, straight from a coach.
By Derek Roach December 28 2015
Your feet can indicate some underlying health issues.
By Jason Devaney December 14 2015
Increase your speed with just one move.
By Kelly Dunleavy O’Mara December 7 2015
This nagging injury can be long-lasting if not treated — and if your running form needs some work.
By Susan Lacke November 24 2015
Wait, we've been putting WHAT on our skin?! We break down harmful chemicals found in many products.
By Jen Weir, CSCS, CPT November 24 2015
Have you ever devoted yourself whole-heartedly to a training program only to be, literally, stopped in your tracks by a nagging pain in
By Jason Devaney November 23 2015
These exercises not only help if you are injured but can prevent future injury.
By Susan Lacke November 16 2015
These non-toxic lotions and cleansers work like natural wonders.
By Jennifer Bonn October 29 2015
One runner dives into her own knee struggles and shares what works best to protect those joints.
By Kelly O'Mara October 26 2015
A twisted ankle could lead to a whole new set of injuries.
By Krissy Moehl October 15 2015
Running feet hurting? This top ultramarathoner has some tips for easing the pain over hundreds of miles.
By Rachel Cosgrove October 8 2015
Lay a foundation for healthy, injury-free running by giving your feet and ankles a little pre-run love.