Anxiety or stress, if elevated, can result in a variety of negative reactions. Learn to control it.
Because most runners can’t imagine not being able to run, they tend to ignore the warning signs of impending injury.
ITB issues, if caught early enough, can be dealt with quite easily.
Think of training as currency. Once we spend it, there’s little chance to get it back. In the case of running, many of us overspend and wonder why we have essentially gone broke.
One minute you are getting faster and stronger, and feeling as if you're on top of the world. Then all of a sudden something happens. What do you do? How do you get your running mojo back?
I’m a big believer in doing what we are born to do. Some people are built to be really strong, or fast, or go for long periods of time. But we are all built to run.
Changing up your run training with stairs and hills helps improve agility skills, speed, muscle endurance, and so much more.
While it may seem overly technical, I can verify that knowing what sort of foot you have and a few details about shoe design will make buying shoes incredibly easy.
Strengthening the hamstrings is crucial for performance and injury prevention. A new study investigates the relationship between hamstring and quadriceps strength.
What' strange is that there’s no evidence to suggest that barefoot running actually works. Shoe manufacturers scream that with minimalist shoes you’ll fix all that ails you. But will you really?
Body composition impacts many aspects of athletic performance. A new study investigates its relation to respiratory compensation point, or RCP.
Hills are always one of the hardest segments of a running route, but some studies have questioned their usefulness as a training tool. A new study takes a look.
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