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Understanding why your neck and shoulders hurt can help you find the fix—and pain-free optimal performance.
The complication keeping Jan Frodeno from Kona is rare, can be hard to diagnose, and may require lengthy treatment.
A new review looks at the potential for genetic testing—and the challenges.
To keep back pain from derailing your training, you need to train your spine stability — and doing crunches, back extensions, or general lifting won't cut it. Learn why, and learn what exercises to do instead.
How to train your proprioception to more effectively control body movements and improve power, speed, agility, and durability.
Acute pain can usually be easily resolved by correcting a training error, while long-term pain often requires long-term care.
Injuries rarely happen at convenient times. Here's how to manage until you can get in to see a pro.
"This is not a mild disease."
Weak hips are the culprit behind many a running injury. Avoid that fate with the best exercises for strengthening your hips.
There’s a new crop of tri-related injuries as a result of extended working from home. A top physical therapist weighs in on what he’s seeing (and how to fix it).
Muscle strains happen when you sprint and the muscle isn’t prepared for the effort expended.
Low sex drive, low sperm count, and a greater rate of injury - the combo of underfueling and overtraining has major consequences for men in endurance sports.
Get a band and get to work. These five simple exercises will both keep you healthy and help to improve your running performance.
These moves will do more than just increase your strength - they'll help you move better, in training and beyond.
A PT's tips for running through snow and ice without upping your injury risk.
A new review of studies finds that common injury-prevention rules don't hold up. We asked the researcher what does cause running injuries.
A new three-year survey looked at half-marathon and marathon runners. The findings? More training and more preparation led to fewer injuries...
Hobbling around the house? These stretches will help relieve your discomfort (and feel good, too).
As a triathlete, multiple factors can put you at risk for both of these injuries.
Pain is a big part of what triathletes do, but understanding the “language of pain” is essential.
Follow this advice and you'll be pain-free in 4 weeks or less!
A swollen knee should send you to the doctor—but an important question in diagnosis is when did it start swelling: right after running or later the next day?
It can be a controversial topic, but it's well worth knowing the pros and cons of maximalist shoes.
Your foam roller is a simple but invaluable tool to help keep injuries at bay—if you know how best to use it.
After tearing her calf, our writer and pro athlete Laura Siddall put three alternatives to running to the test.
It doesn't take much to make a huge impact on your swim, bike, run, and daily flexibility.
Dry needling was studied in runners post-marathon and some pain reduction was seen—but could it all be in their heads?
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Each triathlon discipline comes with its own hazards, but these common injuries can be avoided if you know what causes them.
New research suggests hot tubs, not ice baths, might be better for recovery.
When it comes to any pain that results from swim, bike, or run training, the solution is not to suck it up. Instead, seek professional help and consider one of these unique techniques.
Understanding what causes injuries is often the first step to preventing them.
What is plyometric training and how can it benefit you?
Six years ago, professional triathlete Linsey Corbin fractured her femur and it took 8 months to heal. Last year, the same injury took 8 weeks to heal. Here’s what changed.
In order to properly free up the areas where triathletes tend to be tight, a proper warm-up should entail more than just a jog.
Running related injuries are frustratingly common. A new study suggests foot strengthening—from the ground up—could be the answer.
The angle of your hip joint plays a much greater role than you might think. We look at the unheralded source of many issues that end up popping up elsewhere.
Being intentional about mobility before and after intense workouts will not only make for better sessions, it'll help you recover faster and stay healthy.
Healthy hips are vital for running fast and preventing injury.
In this column, Dr. Jeffrey Sankoff answers your questions about immune health, COVID, and training.
There are some common mistakes athletes make when using strength training to prevent Achilles injuries.
Understanding the relationship will give you more purpose in the gym.
Dr. Jen Gunter talks myths about triathlon and women's health: saddle pain, yeast infections, and chafing.
Whether you’re quarantined or not, bodyweight exercises are a great way to get fit without the gym—do too many, and you’ll need these PT-recommended fixes.
With so many triathletes taken out of their usual routines, a new crop of injuries is cropping up. We look at how to wipe them out.
The kinetic chain is the system by which all the muscles, tendons, and ligaments work together in your body. Make it stronger by exercising the whole thing.
A pelvic floor physical therapist shares her tips for keeping pelvic pain at bay.