Every run involves decision-making – when to run, what route to take, how far to go, with whom to run.
The number-one injury experience by Runners World readers: iliotibial band syndrome (ITB). This simple routine addresses that common trouble spot.
Not sure why you should drink chocolate milk? Read more, here.
The Achilles is the strongest tendon in the body… and the most vulnerable to injury. Here’s how to protect the tender tendon.
Foods that help you heal from injuries.
The top tips from the Sports Science “Common Running Injuries” workshop.
Running isn’t bad for your joints! Here’s proof. By Judi Ketteler
The five stages of getting over a bad race experience—and how to run better next time.
Injuries suck. But the lesson you learn while sidelined can make you a better runner.
How to tell what your footwear should feel like
Dull ache along your foot arch? It could be plantar fasciitis…
Pinpoint your joint pain to find the best treatment option
RW Ed Mike Finch took part in the Totalsports Challenge this weekend… and destroyed his toes in the process.
Do you drink chocolate milk for recovery after a run or workout?
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