Dr. John Post says muscular injury patterns can be graded according to a 1-3 scale.
Forget crunches. They’re not specific enough to running. Do these moves instead.
This excellent exercise works the upper body and engages the core, helping improve form while reducing injury risk.
If caught early, many of these types of injuries can be easily treated.
Studies provide encouraging evidence for knock-kneed runners.
Learn when to employ which type of stretch.
Learn this effective move to help with the prevention of calf muscle strains and Achilles tendon injuries.
Learning to listen to your body can save you a lot of time and frustration.
Finding a balance between your training load and how much your body can handle can help in your recovery.
This exercise will improve posture and helps to make your arms more efficient while running.