How To Treat & Prevent Patellar Tendinitis

When you think about the type of knee injuries often seen in runners, what comes to mind? Of course, there’s the infamous Runners Knee (patellofemoral syndrome), and the agonizing Iliotibial band syndrome. But what about the...

Exercise-Caused Heartburn: Preventing Acid Reflux While Running

Stomach burn, heartburn, or acid reflux is quite common among runners of all fitness levels and training backgrounds. Nonetheless, getting a heartburn while running can put an end to a workout at the very least, make it less enjoyable. In fact, the last thing you want is a heartburn outbreak while you are running. But fret no more… I got you covered, buddy. The good news is that there is always something you can do to deal the burn. That’s why today, dear reader, I’m sharing with you a fool-proof system that can help you deal with this problem with ease.

Is Running Bad For your Joints & Bones?

Conventional ways of thinking have always stated that running can mess up the bones and cause serious bones problems. Couldn’t be further from the truth. In fact, current research has shown, over and over again, that it’s not the case. That’s why, in today’s post, I will delve a little deeper into some of the research conducted on this topic. Not only that, I’ll also discuss some of the ways that running can help increase bone strength, reduce inflammation, and prevent joint degenerative disease—all of which can help you lead a longer, ailment-free life. So, are you excited? Then here we go. Is Running Good For your Joints & Bones?

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.

9 Tips On Preventing GI Distress When Running

This piece on gastrointestinal problems during running and the exact steps you need to take to prevent it for good. Call it “runner’s trots”, “the runs”, “workout stomach”. Whatever you call it; GI issues are no stranger to most runners. In fact, if you have ever done a hard run (or any type of strenuous workout), then chances are high, that at some point, you have had to high-tail to the nearest secluded tree or bathroom ASAP. I doubt that there is no runner alive who hasn’t experienced some type of stomach issue while pounding the pavement.

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 Deal With Supination While Running

As a runner, you may have heard the word before—but what does supination mean and why is it (allegedly) a bad thing? That’s what we are...

How to Return To Running After An Injury

Injuries are common among runners. They suck as they keep us from regular training and make it much harder to reach our fitness goals. What’s more? Returning to running after an injury is no easy feat....

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...

How to Manage and Prevent Leg Muscle Cramps While Running

Whether you run for fun or preparing for your 29th marathon, leg muscle cramps when running can haunt you on the road.  These muscle knots are universal, and they can take a toll on...