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Tips on how you can guard against the most common overuse injuries.
Training, tools, and techniques vary. What you need to know to choose a physical therapist versus a chiropractor.
This ultrarunner and doctor of physical therapy sees a common pattern in her running clients. Here’s what she wishes she could tell us all before we get injured.
Runners make common mistakes when it comes to keeping their feet healthy for the long run.
Time off from running doesn’t have to mean changing your identity. Stay connected with the community to redefine what it means.
Pelvic tilt isn't always something that needs to be fixed, but understanding it can help you run stronger. Here's what you need to know.
Most of us have heard of the RICE method for easing injuries. But for soft tissue injury recovery, there’s a new acronym in town.
In The Performance Corner, our expert strength running coach shares five things you can do to build resilience and train injury free.
Our upper legs hold some serious power in preventing injury and propelling us forward. It’s about time we harness it.
Lower leg injuries can be tough to diagnose, and often we're tempted to run through them. But with the right prevention, you can keep yourself injury-free.
A new review of studies finds that common injury-prevention rules don't hold up.
Here is how to get prepared to stay healthy on the trails.
A new study finds foot strengthening lowers injuries by a whopping 41 percent.
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