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How To Treat & Prevent Bloody Nipples While Running

I remember the first time I’d bloody nipples while running. It was a few years ago. After getting home after a long run on a hot day and walking into the living room, my sister...

Your Complete Guide To Treating & Preventing Runner’s Trots

Have you ever had to dash to the nearest tree or porta-potty mid-run? Then you’re not alone. This nightmare scenario is so common in the running world that it has its own catchy name: runners trots. Runners...

6 Simple Ways To Prevent Knee Pain From Running

Whether you’re training to lose weight or for your very first marathon, running is an awesome way to get in shape and maintain good health. It’s good for your waistline, your heart, and even your...

10 Causes of Hip Pain During and After Running

Pain is common among runners of all levels and backgrounds—and hip issues are no exception. Sure, hip injuries, unlike knee ailments, are not a huge problem in the running world. Nevertheless, a lot can go wrong Left unchecked, what started as a mild hip soreness may turn into a debilitating injury. This will definitely bring your running routine to a screeching halt

How to Get Rid of Shin Splints – 9 Simple Ways

Looking for the best guidelines on how to get rid of shin splints? Look no more. Sure, shin splints are not an instantly debilitating injury. Nonetheless, ignore the symptoms, and soon you’ll find yourself dealing with an injury that could bring your training to a screeching halt. And you don’t want that.

What You Should Know About Running With Flat Feet

Being a flat-footed runner can be challenging. But it does not necessarily preclude you from running. In fact, just because you’ve flat feet, it doesn’t inherently mean that you are bound for trouble. As we are going to see in today’s article, having flat feet shouldn’t discourage you from running, even if you find it difficult to pound the pavement on a daily basis.

7 Rules for Staying Healthy When Running

Running is one of the most convenient of all sports. All you need is a pair of decent shoes, and there you go. That said, the sport is also high impact. In fact, staying healthy while...

Acute Vs. Chronic Injury – Your Treatment & Prevention Guide

Running is one of the most accessible and popular forms of cardiovascular exercises, with tens of millions of regular participants worldwide. In fact, surveys show that in the United States alone, about 40 million people...

The 7 Most Troublesome Running Injuries And How To Deal With Them

Running injuries can be painful, stubborn, and depressing. If you’re reading this, even if you have been injury free throughout your running career (please show us your secret), chances are, if you keep training, you’re going to pick up more than one injury sooner or later. A Few Stats According to surveys, at any time, roughly 1 in 4 runners will have an injury. Polls also show that approximately 80 percent of runners get injured every year. These are not good odds.

The Complete Guide To Recovery Runs

Quality workouts, think interval sessions and long runs, get the majority of attention in most runners’ training plans,  but recovery runs are usually ignored. In fact, the recovery run has been the often-than-not forgotten workout. That said, recovery runs are one of the most valuable runs. As we are going to see, recovery runs are essential. Running at a relaxed pace can help you develop proper form, build endurance, establish base mileage, and might even, as the name implies, speed up recovery. As a result, in today’s post, I’m sharing with some training guidelines on how to do the recovery run right.

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How to Make Running a Habit In 11 Simple Steps

The 11 Steps for Making Running a Habit for Life In today’s post I’m going to share with you some of the lessons I learned about building a successful running—and exercise—habit for life. So here are some practical tips on how to make running a habit and stick with it for the long haul.