Injuries and Treatment

Injuries are Inevitable, So Cut Yourself Some Slack

Injuries are Inevitable, So Cut Yourself Some Slack

Adaptation and injury can be linked. Try to accept that it’s okay to be injured sometimes.
Which Pains Are Worth Noticing?

Which Pains Are Worth Noticing?

Some niggles are just that - small insignificant pains. Some are actually worth worrying about. So which is which?
Wilderness First Aid Course for Trail Runners

Wilderness First Aid Course for Trail Runners

Hosted by Trail Runner Magazine in the iconic mountains of Leadville, Colorado, this course is specifically designed with trail runners in mind
So You’re Injured…Now What?

So You’re Injured…Now What?

Even if it doesn’t seem like it, injuries can be opportunities. Here’s why.
Alleviating Knee Pain Through Ankle Mobility

Alleviating Knee Pain Through Ankle Mobility

Most runners aren't aware that knee pain can be caused by a lack of ankle mobility
Alleviating Back Pain for Trail Runners

Alleviating Back Pain for Trail Runners

Many trail runners experience back pain at some point. Here's how to prevent and alleviate it
Returning to Running After an Injury

Returning to Running After an Injury

Your mind may be ready to go, but your body may be saying “no.” Here’s how to safely get back to running.
Should Runners Use Standing Desks?

Should Runners Use Standing Desks?

Weighing the pros and cons of standing vs. sitting at your desk.
Blisters, Bonking and Blackened Toenails

Blisters, Bonking and Blackened Toenails

When it comes to these common race-day afflictions, you have more control than you realize.

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