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How to Choose the Right Running Socks
Running socks may seem like an easy item to pick out. Here are few things you should consider when selecting the right running sock for you.
An Athlete’s Best Recovery Advice
Recovery is an idea that many athletes like to ignore because they feel they need to shut everything down. Research has shown that active recovery is more beneficial to the body.
Five Training Foods to Boost Performance
Adding these five items to you cart will keep your body fueled and help you stay active.
The Importance of Core
In athletes, most overuse injuries are related in some way to a dysfunction in the core musculature. If you want to exercise to the best of your ability, you must make sure your core is working at its best.
Why Is Rest and Recovery Important For Athletes?
Following a week of high-intensity work, rest will allow the body to adapt to those workouts. You will reap the benefits of those difficult workouts you just put yourself through.
Heel Spur vs. Plantar Fasciitis
Have you ever had heel pain on the bottom of your foot? Learn the difference between Plantar Fasciitis and Heel Spurs and how to treat them.
Exercise Strong With Strong Glutes
When we exercise, our glutes help us to stabilize our pelvis and our hips. Building the glutes will increase your power as you exercise. Here are a few exercises to help you be injury-free while you train.
Exercises to Reduce Knee Soreness
As you become more active than normal, your body may start to ache in different areas. Here are a series of exercises to help reduce knee soreness.
6 Power Foods to Have During Training
There are many super foods that you can choose from to properly fuel your body. Let's take a closer look at six of these “power” foods.
How to Conquer Your Long Run
The “long run” is an important part of your weekly training. However, long runs take a lot out of you mentally and physically. Proper preparation is the key to an enjoyable long run. Here are a few ideas that help you conquer your long runs.
Coffee and Running Performance
Whether you are training for your first half marathon or marathon or are a seasoned veteran, runners usually want to feel great or get faster during the race. You may have wondered if coffee (caffeine) can enhance your performance.
Coughing? Wheezing? Shortness of Breath?
Do you cough, wheeze or have shortness of breath while being active? You may be suffering from an underlying condition you are not aware of.
Taper – How Should We Do It?
Tapering is when runners slowly reduce their amount of training miles prior to race day. Here are a few tips to help you properly taper as a runner.
Tips for Purchasing Running Shoes
Here are some factors to consider in your search for the right shoes.
IT Band Syndrome
Iliotibial (IT) band syndrome is a relatively common diagnosis for runners training for races of various distances. Click here to learn a few helpful tips to reduce or avoid symptoms.
Fuel for Your Body
It is important to individually plan your food intake in terms of when to eat, what to eat and how much to eat before you exercise.
Runner's Knee: Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome
Runner's Knee, also called Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome, occurs from overuse of the knee in sports or activities such as running. Here are treatment options for Runner's Knee.
How to Dry Your Running Shoes
Do you know an effective way to dry your shoes after a run in the rain or snow? Follow these simple steps to make sure your shoes dry properly so you get the full life out of them.
Importance of Cross Training
Cross training is a great way to condition different muscles groups and reduce the risk of injury from repetitive strain or overuse.
Perfecting Your Running Form
Pace, comfort and goal setting are important aspects of training; however, one of the most important things to focus on is form. Improving running form not only enhances performance but also reduces the risk of injury.
Treadmill vs. Road
Many runners debate the question, "should I train on a treadmill or on the road?" Here are a few things to consider when making your decision between running on a treadmill or running outside.
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