In reality, your knee crosses in front of your toes on every running stride.
High volume doesn't always have to mean high mileage.
What's worth believing and what can you take with a grain of salt?
The hips, glutes, hamstrings and ankles are the four areas that give runners the most trouble. Here's how to straighten out any issues.
It may not sound right, but running is one of the most effective ways to keep the threat of injury to a minimum.
Address all three planes of movement to decrease your risk of both running-related and general injuries.
Learn how simple self-maintenance on your own can save you a lot of time, money and frustration.
Should you be a maximalist, supplemental, seasonal, or emergency cross-trainer?
Learn how to listen to the signs that your body is giving you.
These three great cross-training alternatives for the injured runner are also great conditioning supplements for the healthy runner.