A new study looks at why side stitches happen in runners - and it has nothing to do with your fitness level or what you ate before your workout.
If you’ve experienced burning pain in the forefoot that radiates into the toes, you may have what’s called Morton’s neuroma.
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.
This is far more than your standard foam roller—for better and worse.
A new review of studies finds that common injury-prevention rules don't hold up. We asked the researcher what does cause running injuries.
These six exercises will help wake up and strengthen your ever-important glute muscles.
Follow this advice and you'll be pain-free in 4 weeks or less!
Dry needling was studied in runners post-marathon and some pain reduction was seen—but could it all be in their heads?
Each triathlon discipline comes with its own hazards, but these common injuries can be avoided if you know what causes them.
These are a few of the best weight training exercises to develop cycling-specific strength and prevent injury.
There are some common mistakes athletes make when using strength training to prevent Achilles injuries.
One simple action has a profound effect on your triathlon performance.
Dr. Jordan Metzl discusses one of the most annoying injuries for endurance athletes: IT Band Syndrome.
Don’t skip the doctor’s office in favor of an Internet diagnosis.
On the eve of Olympic triathlons, team therapists help athletes find balance of physical health and confidence in their bodies.
Learn the risk factors and the most effective treatments.
Matt Fitzgerald provides a few adjustments you can make to your running stride to reduce your risk for injury.
The Running Doc explains why women might be better equipped for endurance events.
Remember that your training sessions are the time to practice what you will do on race day.
There’s nothing common about common sense.
This exercise will improve posture and helps to make your arms more efficient while running.