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Become Injury Proof

Is this an Injury? The 6 Red Flags Runners Should Look Out For

The signs you might still be sore tomorrow


Achilles Tendonitis - know it, fix it, prevent it

You don’t have to be an ancient Greek warrior, to prevent this injury from slowing you down


How Runners Should Prevent and Treat Plantar Fasciitis

Tough to pronounce but impossible to ignore, plantar fasciitis is one of the most common foot injuries in both novice and veteran runners.


A real pain in the butt...

What the heck is the piriformis and why do so many runners complain of a dull ache in their rear?


In the blood...

My journey with iron deficiency anemia and the signs all runners should look out for.


What To Do With The Post-Marathon Blues

How to make recovery fun, when you're too sore to run


Yasir Salem - 50 in 50 (in 50)

This week I sat down with Yasir Salem, who just completed 50 Marathons in 50 weeks in 50 states to raise money for the Gweneviere Mann foundation. This is a story about recovery, not just from running marathons.


The 3 Best Meditation Apps for Runners

What’s your meditation love language? Recover helps you play the dating game so you can find inner peace through mindfulness.


Should Runners Ice?

The man who came up with the old R.I.C.E. injury treatment system has retracted his old advice. What do we do now?


The Long Run with Joe Bolster (Competing at 90)

After racing Roger Bannister in his 20s, Joe Bolster took a 50 year hiatus from running. Now he’s back on the track and training for the Penn Relays this spring. Read the story of this incredible athlete.


The Long Run with David Melly (My first 100 Mile week)

With his training ramping up in the beginning of October, he’s looking down the barrel of some serious mileage. For the first time in his running career, he ran 100 miles in 7 days. Why?


The 6 Keys To Post Run Recovery

So, like thousands of generations of homosapians before you, you’ve just gone out for a run. You’re home, you’re sweaty, and your body has just been put through its paces. Now what?


Get Your Ass in Gear - Runners' Most Important Muscle

The glutes are all the rage these days because runners are waking up to the reality that if you get in touch with your butt, you can take your running to a new level.