At some point in their running “career”, runners get injured. Some listen to their bodies, take the time they need and aim to heal as quickly as possible. Others (read, Full Article »
What to do when faced with the difficult decision of whether to race or not? After a long, hot summer the fall racing season is finally here and many runners Full Article »
How many times have you been given a gift card, left it in your wallet for over a year and when you finally try to use it you find out Full Article »
For the past 10 weeks I have been ‘suffering’ from plantar fasciitis in my right foot, and like previous injuries I have caught a case of the injury blues. This Full Article »
My doctor looked at me strictly,“You have to take some time off from running.” Those words stabbed me like a knife to the heart. Overcome with emotion I sat, head Full Article »
Brandon Laan’s recent post 7 ways to improve while injured was of timely relevance to me as I had recently sustained a low-grade Achilles tear and, like many runners who’ve Full Article »
While most of your running partners are cruising the trails, hitting the track, or running mind numbing repeats on your town’s version of heartbreak hill, you might be sitting on Full Article »
Due to the repetitive nature of running, injuries seem to be inevitable. As I was completing the last ten meters or so of my run on Saturday, I rolled my Full Article »
Grab a tennis ball, squash ball, or golf ball and start digging. Mobility is trump when it comes to running mechanics and injury prevention.
Someone convinced you to buy a foam roller and you used it for a total of an hour the first week you bought it. Sound familiar?