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Post Run Stretches - best stretches to prevent injury and increase mobility for better running

Some studies say you don’t need to bother and others fight against that by showing how stretches after running improve your stride and prevent injuries. So what should you do?? With the jury out on it, here’s what I believe as a running coach about stretching: Preventing loss of range of motion Improving range of …

Running injuries are no fun. Here's what you can do to prevent common running injuries. Causes and prevention tips for running injuries. Infographic

Running injuries are no fun. Here's what you can do to prevent common running injuries. Causes and prevention tips for running injuries. Infographic

Common Running Injuries [Infographic]

This infographic takes a look at some of the more common running injuries and gives you tips to prevent and treat them.

Tips for returning to running after an injury along with a sample training plan that can be used to slowly and safely build up mileage after time off. #running #training #injury

My biggest challenge with overcoming my injury was returning to running. Here are some tips for safely returning to running after an injury.

The 8 Best Stretches to Do Before Running | Nothing can derail your fitness goals like an injury. Running with muscles that are cold and not properly stretched can result in a muscle strain that keeps you off your feet -- and off the road or trail -- for days, weeks or even months. Beginning each running workout with a 5- to 10-minute jog followed by stretching helps warm up your muscles sufficiently so they’re primed for your run, whether it’s a couple of miles or a marathon.

Ready to run? Not so fast. Whether you're headed out on the road, trail or treadmill, it's important to do some dynamic stretches before running to prevent injury.

Running Without Injuries: Why Do I Get Shin Splints?

One of the main injuries that I have not been able to get rid of are shin splints. Shin splints, also known as medial tibial stress syndrome, are one of the most common injuries to new runners. Shin splints were at one time thought to be micro tears in the soft tissue that attaches to the shin bone (tibia). Recent studies have shown that shin splints are actually a bone injury. If shin splints are ignored, they can progress into a stress fracture. While doctors don’t specifically know what…

Avoiding the Most Common Running Injuries - shin splints, knee pain, hamstring pain, stress fractures and more

While I am NOT a physical therapist or a sports doctor, I spend a lot of time researching common running injuries and talking to the experts to help my athletes and YOU get through them. For some reason, many of you don’t want to go to the doctor. Maybe it’s cost, maybe it’s a fear …