Your Guide to Injury Prevention
An injury can really set back your training plans and fitness goals. Here are a few simple tips to stay healthy, strong and injury-free.
Prevent injury, and ease inflammation and muscle soreness with a foam roller and lacrosse ball and 10 minutes four times a week. Here's why all runners need self-myofascial release.
Don't let a hamstring strain keep you on the couch for weeks. Try these two exercises to get back on your feet quickly.
Cross-training prevents injuries—as long as you take a healthy approach.
As runners shake off the winter cobwebs and hit the roads with the first spring thaw, the gusto too often gives way to grievance as overuse injuries abound. Learn how you can prevent overuse injuries due to training errors.
Whether it's a sore elbow from Saturday's tennis match or a twisted ankle from wiping out on the sidewalk, injuries will happen. Learn how to get back in the game in no time.
The American Council on Exercise (ACE) surveyed 3,000 fitness pros to identify the most common fitness mistakes. Find out what errors to avoid and get the best from your workout.
There's no doubt that smart training helps prevent injuries. But so will a wholesome diet. Eat these foods at the first sign of injury to get better and get back to running.
Nagging running-related injuries can lead to a difficult season. Use these four key pieces of the injury-prevention puzzle to avoid being hobbled by persistent pain.
If you typically run on flat, paved surfaces the lower leg muscles and joints don't have to work as hard to stabilize. Joint stability and integrity are crucial for injury prevention. That's where trail running comes in.
Pain in your Achilles can really set back your training and fitness goals. Learn how to avoid an injury and stay strong all season with these tips.