It’s tempting to believe the right sneakers will help you run faster or avoid injury. Here’s what experts know. Read the full article for The New York Times.
Sara Hall’s 6 Tips on Coping With a Long Injury Layoff
The serial racer began to wonder if she’d ever make it back. Here’s what she learned. Read the full article for Runner’s World.
It May Not Be Running That Caused Your Latest Injury
New research suggests your activity outside of running may earn you a spot on the sidelines. Read the full article for Runner’s World.
What to Do When You’re Bummed That You Can’t Work Out for a While
How to Spare Yourself From Shoulder Pain
Shoulder pain can make your days more challenging and keep you up at night. Ward it off with a few smart exercise habits. Read the full article for The New York Times.
The Timing of Your Period Could Predict Your Injury Risk
A new study provides more incentive to keep tabs on your cycle. Read the full article for Women’s Running.
How to Manage an Injury During Coronavirus
These six strategies will help you heal when you can’t run out your pandemic-related stress. Read the full article for Runner’s World.
At Least 6 Runners Took Scary Spills at the Trials. Here’s How They’re Bouncing Back
Warning: The pictures aren’t pretty. But these athletes all have wisdom to share. Read the full article for Runner’s World.
How to Set New Goals When You’re Injured to Come Back Stronger
Remember: You are still an athlete, and recovery is now your sport. Read the full article—an excerpt from the book Rebound—in Runner’s World.
5 Thoughts Every Injured Runner Has—and How to Cope With Them
You’re not alone in feeling alone—or in questioning your identity. Here’s how to go about reclaiming it. Read the full article for Runner’s World.