The 8 Laws Of Running Injury Prevention

Getting hurt sucks. The percentage of runners that get injured every year is shocking. In fact, if you have been injured by running (or still nursing an injury), then you are not alone. A poll...

5 Things You Should Never Do Before a Run

As runners, we mostly focus on the actual session, rarely on not what comes before it. After, the time we spend out there is precious. Every minute we...

7 Ways to Prevent Heart Palpitations While Running

Encountering chest pain—especially those usually referred to as heart palpitations—while running can be a scary thing, but, hopefully by the end of this blog post, you will learn that in most cases it’s not something worth having a panic attack about. In fact, heart palpitations are a normal condition, and can be prevented by making some simple lifestyle changes.

Runners: How to Treat & Prevent Back Pain

back pain, especially lower back pain, is one of the most widespread conditions in the world. Research show that more than 80 percent of U.S. adults experience back pain to some degree throughout their lives. In fact, according to recent surveys, $50 billion is spent each year in the U.S. alone to deal with back pain issues. That’s why dear reader, I decided today to share with you some of my best tips and guidelines on treating and preventing back pain while running. So, are you ready? Then here we go…

How To Treat & Prevent Bloody Nipples While Running

I remember the first time I got bloody nipples while running. It was a few years ago. After getting home from a long run on a hot day, I walked into the living room, only...

Complete Runners’ Guide For Treating & Preventing Ankle Sprains

I’m writing these words with a recovering sprained ankle. Last week, I went for my usual hill run. And on the way down, I stepped on a rock and badly sprained my ankle. As you can see, I’m not the world expert on preventing not treating sprained ankles. In fact, I’m not the world’s expert on anything. But my last painful experience forced me to take a week off of training and do some research on the subject. Now here I’m sharing with you what I learned about the subject (and my painful experience). Here is the complete runners' guide for treating and preventing ankle sprains.