Injury Prevention

Improve your running by integrating these strength, mobility and balance exercises into your daily routine—so you'll be sure to do them regularly.

You can stay mobile even at home, counteracting hours of sitting with this plan of creative drills and work positions.

Chances are pretty good that you've experienced at least one of these "injuries." Yes, you can run through them.

A new analysis of numerous studies sheds light on how, contrary to popular belief, running may actually build stronger cartilage. Here's what that means for training on arthritic joints.

These best 10 active stretches from physical therapist Gerard Hartmann are the essentials every runner needs to keep healthy and efficient.

As events as big as the Olympic Trials get rescheduled because of heat, we went to the science to find out how you should decide when it is too hot to run safely.

A popping sensation in your knee may not mean serious damage. Pete Magill answers what the likely cause is and how to treat it.

This often-overlooked cause of heel pain requires a different approach than true plantar fasciitis. Here’s how to test and treat it.

New science shows a disconnect between injury and pain, and suggests we may be better able to self-manage training pains than we think.

If your legs fall asleep, lose control, or tingle when you run, you’re not alone. Here are some potential causes and solutions.

Stiff and unstable hips put strain on your hamstrings. Here’s how to assess and improve hip mobility, posture and rotational strength.

In our final segment of this series, we spoke with three sports psychologists about how to prioritize mental health alongside physical health.

Three challenging exercises that strengthen different functions of the hamstrings to reduce injury risk and improve running economy.

Doing the work of even the smallest maintenance exercises does wonders for both body and mind.

Six years ago, professional triathlete Linsey Corbin fractured her femur and it took 8 months to heal. Last year, the same injury took 8 weeks to heal. Here’s what changed.

Irene Davis and Daniel Lieberman explain their views on how to reduce running injuries.

How trail runner Keely Henninger found her way back to running after injury gave her a reality check.

These four strategies will help reduce strain and impact and let you keep running as you deal with knee issues.

The best exercise to strengthen your hamstrings and stabilize your knees in a running-specific motion.

Treadmill running has some unique risks, but you can reduce your treadmill injury risk by following a few simple guidelines.

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