Can changing your foot strike pattern when running reduce the risk of injury?
‘Maximal’ running shoes have extra cushioning, particularly in the forefoot region of the midsole. But is this actually beneficial?
Running shoes have become increasingly cushioned over the years in an effort to reduce impact and help protect against leg injuries such as runner’s knee (patellofemoral pain syndrome), stress fractures, shin splints, and muscle or joint injuries.
Runners who suffer from low back pain should work to strengthen the deep core muscles, a new study suggests.
Athletes who have had any type of injury in the past may be more likely to suffer leg injuries, a new study suggests.
Legs that start to feel stiff or sore after a run are not always a sign of a running injury, but could be a sign that your body is adapting to the new physical stress.
Running is a simple and effective cardio exercise that’s great for beginners who are looking to get back into shape.
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