Expert advice for runners, by runners.
If you are a runner, running a marathon may be on your bucket list. We share some advice for you to consider before you commit to your first marathon.
Runners swear by their shoes, and for good reason. The type of shoe a runner wears may affect performance, and can make a difference between a running career marked by victories—or by repeated injuries.
A pain in your heel can put a real wrench in your training program. Dr. Scofield explains the most common running errors leading to Achilles tendinopathy, and tells you how to avoid them.
When you decide to run a race, committing to a training program is critical. But too much training can be as harmful as too little.
Traditionally, running shoes are prescribed based on the shape of a runner’s arch. Recent studies have questioned the effectiveness of this approach. Physical therapist Sam Olson explains what we are learning about running shoes and injury prevention.
Don’t sacrifice the benefits of running to an injury. Good running form is the key to injury prevention. Sam has tips to help you evaluate your form and reduce the risk of injury when you run.
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