Injuries

why all runners should try swimming Why All Runners Should Try Swimming
It’s 5:30am and I desperately crave a cup of coffee to wake up my brain. I adjust and re-adjust my cap and goggles, prolo...
Prevention and treatment tips for shin splints How To Prevent and Treat Shin Splints
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Shin splints, or tibial stress syndrome, is one the most common running injuries that plague the population with 3 millio...
Thyroid health and how it affects running Running with Thyroid Problems
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One source suggests the possibility that over one-fourth of women in the world, at some point, deal with a thyroid issue....
Guidelines to maximize your break from running How Taking a Break from Racing Can Improve Your Running
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It is very easy once we start racing to want to keep racing, record faster times, and run longer races.  It is part of th...
epsom salt bath for runners Epsom Salt Baths for Runners
I sank into the tub and let out a sigh of relief. When was the last time I had a bath instead of a shower? I honestly cou...
Pronation: Everyone’s doing it. Here’s our guide to make sure you’re running injury-free. Everything You Need to Know About Pronation
Plantar fasciitis, Achilles tendonitis, IT band syndrome-- you’ve probably heard of, or even dealt a few of these injurie...
boosting your mitochondria to improve running performance Boosting Your Mitochondria to Improve Running Performance
In a college physiology class, I remember learning that mitochondria are the “powerhouse” of the cell. They convert nutri...
5 signs you are running too much 5 Signs You’re Running Too Much
Imagine you’re sitting at a Krispy Kreme shop, and you’ll be there for the next two hours. You figure since you have to b...
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