Running injuries only happen in two scenarios:
1. We do something stupid. We do something we know that was foolhardy and we shouldn’t have done it.
2. We sustain an injury while pushing for progress. We are getting stronger. We are pushing ourselves to the limit. And we just push a little too far.
But anyone can get injured. In fact, for those athletes who do experience rapid success, it can even be more difficult to restrain yourself when you are getting subtle clues from your body that you may be heading for an over training injury.
Today on the Doc On The Run Podcast we are talking with Julia Curran who is an age-group National High Jump Champion about preventing running injuries as you experience rapid athletic success.View Details »
Very few things are worse to a runner than a running injury.
When you run, pain is mandatory, but running injuries are optional.
If you have ever been injured it is devastating.
To add salt to the wound, while you sit on the couch recovering, but
getting weaker, you realize it is preventable.
Today we talking with the RunRx founder Valerie Hunt about the
importance of developing better running form and strength for runners
to prevent running injuries.
Toenail fungus may be gross but it’s common, especially in runners.
Running shoes are perfect little incubators for foot fungus.
The inside of shoes are hot, dark and moist. Running shoes can be the ideal environment for fungal infections. And you want to make sure you don’t get a toenail fungus infections, you need to make sure you keep the fungus out of your shoes.
But there are three simple precautions you can take to make sure you don’t have a fungus farm in your running shoes.
Today on the Doc On The Run podcast, we’re talking about the 3 most important ways runners prevent foot fungus.View Details »