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  • We Asked About How Much Running Really Harms Your Knees

    By Hillary Kigar

    We know you've heard it before: Running hurts your knees. Turns out, it's actually the opposite. Here's what you need to know.

  • Should You DIY With E-Stim Devices?

    By Nicki Miller

    E-stim machines are now available for in-home use—but is it a good idea to DIY? Here's what you need to know before you do.

  • Lacing Techniques To Cure Foot Pain

    By Jessica Sebor

    You've tied your shoes a thousand times, but did you know different lacing techniques can aid your feet? Here's three to try.

  • 4 Moves To Loosen Pelvic Floor Muscles

    By Dr. Kathryn Levy

    Many runners have tight pelvic floor muscles—which can cause problems. Here is why it matters and moves to loosen up the muscles.

  • The App That Gets You A Massage Stat

    By Jessica Sebor

    If you need a massage—like right now—there is an app for that. We discovered how easy it is to get the sore muscle relief you need.

  • Why Stretch Only Muscles That Need It?

    By Jason Miller, PhD, CSCS, USAW

    If you are already flexible, continuing to stretch may actually cause instability. Here is what you need to know about stretching.

  • Rules For Running After Injury

    By Allie Burdick

    If you've been sidelined from running due to injury, we have your guide to getting back in the game. Ease into it by following these rules.

  • Avoid These 7 Running Hotspot Issues

    By Dr. Cherie Miner, M.D.

    These hotspots are the most common places runners get injuries. A doctor provides the fix to keep you running long and healthy.

  • 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.

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