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...
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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.
Understanding why your neck and shoulders hurt can help you find the fix—and pain-free optimal performance.