Exercise is one of the best ways to keep your heart healthy and prevent cardiovascular disease. But if you have heart disease — especially coronary artery disease, the most common type — you might be wondering if exercise can reverse your diagnosis. Read the full article for Livestrong.
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.
Top College Running Programs Move Away From Body Composition Testing
The practice doesn’t help young athletes improve their performance—and it can be harmful. Read the full article for Runner’s World.
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.
How Olympian Elise Cranny Saved Her Season
She was suffering from RED-S, but she didn’t recognize it immediately. Once she did, she rested, ate a lot, and recovered quickly enough to win a national title in the 5,000 meters. Read the full article for Runner’s World.
What Runners Need to Know About UTIs
Yes, you can run while you have one—just make sure you bring your water bottle along. Read the full article for Women’s Running.
How Fibroids Can Affect Your Running
These tumors in and around the uterus may be benign—but with symptoms like incontinence and fatigue, they can have a major impact on your training. Here’s how to get relief. Read the full article for Women’s Running.
Yes, Runners Get Thyroid Disease, Too. Here’s Why That’s Confusing
Stigma and vague symptoms leave many athletes struggling for answers. Read the full article for Runner’s World.
19 Signs Your Fitness Routine Is ‘Working’ That Have Nothing to Do With Weight Loss
14 Ways to Make Your Daily Walk Feel More Like a Walking Workout
You can still get in your cardio—no running required. Read the full article for SELF.