There’s no disputing the fact that the injury rate in running is very high. But is footwear really to blame?
The stability ball roll out will teach your core to resist over-extension and support your entire body.
Many runners will experience a knee injury at some point. Here's an introduction on the most common sources of the pain.
The most common running injury is not what you think it is.
Single-leg balance training teaches you to isolate and strengthen specific balance muscles while improving your reaction time.
Self-massage is an easy and effective way for endurance athletes to treat tightness and stay injury free.
This pose will help to strengthen your hips, hamstrings and core areas.
Dr. Jordan Metzl gives you the scoop in this informative video.
Sleep is a critical part of the recovery process and is one area in which we can all improve.
Dr. John Post says muscular injury patterns can be graded according to a 1-3 scale.