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Can't run due to injury...why not try running (aqua jogging) in the pool by Roman M. Patient Expert Posted Mon 08 Feb 2010 12:36pm Editor's Note: Please note that this story is part of our current series of advice columns from the best triathlon coaches in the sport. You can read more useful advice from long time triathlon experts HERE. "Coach I want to get one of your programs but I can not do the running. Can I ride more to make up for the lack of running?" That is ... Read on »
Running Injuries during a running streak by Perry R. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 29 Oct 2012 9:53pm There is a truism about running that many enthusiasts would prefer beginners do not know. Running hurts. No doubt about it, there is a certain amount of pain that you will experience if you decide to make running your exercise of choice. The pain can be as simple as blisters on your feet or it can be more substantial like a stress ... Read on »
Cure all Running Injuries (and Pain) with One Simple Fix….Barefoot Running by Scott K. Patient Expert Posted Thu 10 Sep 2009 10:00pm Are Running Injuries natural or just Man-Made? Running is more popular than ever nowadays with 5-10ks/marathons happening all the time, not too mention how many recreational people go for a run before or after work (nothing like just getting outside and connecting with our primal self in nature!) Does this really look like a natural w ... Read on »
Running Form = Running Injuries by John Elder Posted Fri 10 Feb 2012 12:46pm Harvard researchers just wrapped up four years of studying the Harvard running teams (track and cross-country) investigating whether running form correlates with running injuries . The results were pretty eyeopening. After setting out to see if how the foot hits the ground determines if a runner will get injured, Harvard researche ... Read on »
Take It and Run Thursday: Running Injuries and Treatment by Amy H. Patient Expert Posted Thu 28 May 2009 10:12pm Welcome to Take It and Run Thursday!  It' s our way to bring together the knowledge of all of us ordinary runners.  It' s the virtual equivalent to putting our virtual heads together.   Even though many of us aren' t elite athletes, coaches or authors, it doesn' t mean that we haven' t earned a well deserved PhD in running.   Whether you are ... Read on »
Universal Truths about Running Injuries by Amy H. Patient Expert Posted Fri 17 Oct 2008 9:13pm 1 Comment Some posts this week at Runners’ Lounge, including Take It and Run Thursday, are dedicated to running injuries. Injuries are a major blow to a runner.   We’re caught off guard and the timing is always rotten.  When injured, we tend to do dumb things—run through it, self-diagnose, ignore the cause, and ultimately delay our actual recovery.  I ... Read on »
runnerftw: The Most Common Running Injuries and How to Avoid... by Madsweat Health Maven Posted Mon 21 Jan 2013 10:05pm runnerftw : The Most Common Running Injuries and How to Avoid Them Read on »
How to Get Hurt: 10 Quick Ways to Your First Running Injury by Jason Fitzgerald Posted Mon 18 Jul 2011 8:04am Running injuries don’t come easy to some people. I know runners who haven’t been hurt in years despite marathon training, 100+ mile weeks, and really hard workouts. There are other runners who manage to train for 5k’s and marathons with no aches and pains whatsoever. This tutorial is for the 25-50% of ... Read on »
Prevent Running Injuries: Inefficient Movement Patterns and the FMS by Jason Fitzgerald Posted Wed 02 Mar 2011 8:00am Thanks for stopping by Strength Running! Don't forget to for automatic updates about dominating your running. Runners are always looking for the newest way to prevent running injuries and help them train smarter. From compression socks, foam rollers, and even full leg compression s ... Read on »
Common Running Injuries by Tara Posted Fri 19 Aug 2011 3:49pm I miss my running game. It's been significantly off since Baby came along. I mix in light...VERY light...jogging with higher intensity walking, but with the increasing size of my middle, it's downright uncomfortable to go at the pace I am used to. Not to mention it's bad for Baby. So we run lightly, us two. Which is fine with me. Just trying to k ... Read on »