Both speed and running surfaces play a part in causing injuries, but it's not what you might commonly think is creating the problem.
At the end of a long hard run, you expect your legs and lungs to be burning, but your upper back? No way. Unfortunately, “it’s a very
Blisters are a pain for runners, but they can be dealt with and even prevented.
Turn your injury into an opportunities.
Why the big toe—and any problems with it—can have a big impact on your running.
Make sure ingrown toenails don't slow you down.
Find ways to train and maintain fitness while reducing the wear and tear on your knees.
Mobility, balance and stability are important for all runners, regardless of what style of shoe you you wear.
The hip joint is less prone to injury than the lower leg but can still be afflicted by a number of hip pain issues both big and small.
Achilles tendinopathy is treatable—with the proper approach.