Your next workout may do more to help you bounce back than compression socks, ice baths, etc.
Try this unique workout to help build core strength and stability.
A bit of “Om” time could make you faster and more injury-resistant.
Don't run miles just for the sake of running miles.
Retain your running fitness with this simple exercise.
Give this high-intensity cross-training workout a try!
For faster times with fewer miles, try incorporating plyometrics into your training.
Become a better runner by adding swimming and cycling to your workouts.
It all comes down to proper strength and conditioning.
This form of aquatic exercise is one of the best cross-training workouts for runners, injured or not.