Press enter to search
x Close

Injury Prevention » Page 2

  • 4 Times It’s Totally Okay To Quit Your Workout

    By Alison Barsalona

    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.

  • Sprains Are So Common They Often Go Untreated

    By Team WR

    It's common to step off a curb or over an uneven sidewalk and twist your ankle. These small sprains could lead to future problems.

  • Gait Analysis And Everything You Need To Know

    By Amanda Casanova

    Find out when you should try gait analysis—nagging injuries, be gone!—and how the process actually works to benefit runners.

  • A Runner's Guide To Hip Pain And Causes

    By Jennifer Landis

    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.

  • To Ice Or Not To Ice: Here’s A Runner’s Guide

    By Jason Miller

    There is a time and place for ice to treat an injury. Read on to find out how healing works and when you should reach for the ice cubes.

  • Runners Need To Care About Gluteus Medius

    By Jason Miller

    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.

  • 7 Exercises To Strengthen Toes That Every Runner Should Do

    By Victoria Davis

    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.

  • How To Treat Bruises, Cuts And Scratches On The Trail

    By Susan Lacke

    If you find yourself on the trail needing to treat bruises, bug bites or more, here's what you need to know about first aid on-the-go.

  • What Is Plantar Fibroma?

    By Fara Rosenzweig

    Experiencing pain in your foot? Whether you changed shoes or running technique, you may be experiencing plantar fibroma.

  • « Previous PageNext Page »