If you find yourself coughing either during or after running, then you have come to the right place. Running-related coughing is a common annoyance that plagues many runners—recreational and elite alike. Today’s post will explain the main causes of coughing after running while offering a few tips for treatment and prevention. Sounds...
Easy miles are really important. They’re actually the foundation of most training plans. But are you logging those miles too fast—or too slow? That’s where today’s post comes in handy. In today’s article, I’ll briefly discuss some of the benefits of easy miles, as well as how to make sure you run...
Foot Pain From Running
Experiencing a stabbing, burning, or aching pain in your feet, just below the toes? You have come to the right place. Ball of foot pain when running is a common issue. But what’s actually causing it? And how to Treat and Prevent it? 9 out of 10, the culprit behind the pain...
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Experiencing jaw pain when running? Then you have come to the right place. Jaw pain while running isn’t your typical overuse injury, yet having it during a run or at any time, can be quite annoying. There are many possible causes of jaw pain. In fact, it can be different reasons...
running pain
Low back pain is one of the most common types of complaints in the modern world—runners are no exception. This condition can really be debilitating, forcing many a runner away from their running shoes. It’s also one of the most prevalent medical conditions treated throughout the developed world. Would you like to...
One of the questions I get asked is, “Can I run after leg day?” to which I often answer yes (with a more in-depth explanation below). Here’s the truth. The legs are made up of some of the strongest and largest muscle groups. This is why leg day is one of...
Having an abdominal hernia can be scary, and in some cases, can become a real pain. That’s why the condition can severely limit your running routine, even if it isn’t painful. So you should keep running with an abdominal hernia? Or should you stop until you fully heal? That’s where...
Running & Irritable Bowel Syndrome
Whether you’re running to get in shape, lose weight, or train for a specific race, there are many different strategies to train efficiently. One of these tools some runners swear by is running with a weight, but is it a good idea? That's where today’s post comes in handy. Here’s the truth....
Running before or after breakfast? If you’re looking for an answer, then you have come to the right place. Training in a fasted state is a controversial topic. For some runners (including me), it’s a part of our training, whereas for others, running on an empty stomach is out of the question. In...
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Can you run with a broken toe? If you’re looking for the complete answer, then you have come to the right place. Runners are no strangers to the aches and pains that come with logging the miles. In fact, injury may sideline even the most serious athlete for weeks, even months,...