Whether training for an upcoming race or just training to improve your speed, it’s important to follow a training schedule that includes rest days. Here are some answers to common questions about utilizing rest days for recovery when training.
It’s common advice we get from injuries and soreness, icing after running has great benefits, but how you ice matters to maximize benefits and reduce risks.
Prevent chafing by following these anti-chafing tips. Chafing prevention can be achieved by wearing the proper clothing and using the correct products.
Foam rolling is generally considered safe to do if you experience muscle tightness or regularly exercise. Here are the benefits and how to safe foam roll.
Are your physical core and spiritual core balanced? Physical is your bodily strength, spiritual is your inner core. How do both make you a stronger runner?
Over-training syndrome may limit your ability to perform optimally. It is, therefore, crucial that you identify those signs that let you know if you may have developed the over-training syndrome.
Plantar fasciitis is one of the most common causes of heel pain among runners. Learn about some of the causes and contributing factors, where it hurts, and how to treat.
The Achilles Tendon is the largest tendon in your body. This tendon is easy to injury as an athlete as well in your everyday life. It stretches from the calf muscle to your heel bone and acts like a spring to help you walk, run, and jump.
Running after an injury or extended period away requires a gradual progression that can be frustrating or discouraging. However, following these steps will have you feeling like your normal running self and even possibly running better than ever before.
Running causes irritation on the patella (kneecap) where it rests on the thighbone. The pain resulting from this irritation can be dull or sharp, and alignment persistent. The following is more detail to consider related to possible Runner’s Knee.