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How Should You Land on Your Foot When Running?

Running is one of the most natural forms of exercise for the human body. A runner exercises his cardiovascular system and muscular...

Treadmill Vs. Road

When Chris Clark, a little-known Alaskan runner, won the 2000 U.S. Women’s Olympic Marathon trials, she took the running wor...

Lower Right Quadrant Abdominal Pain After Running

A brief pain in the lower right quadrant of your abdomen experienced after running can cause concern. It may take you out of your ...

Gear For Safe Night Running

To beat the heat, we often go running early in the morning or late in the evening. But before you start logging miles at dawn and/...

The Best Ladies Running Shoes

If you're a woman who spends a lot of time in high heels, the thought of a flat, cushioned running shoe probably sounds like a won...

Why Do My Feet Get Hot During My Run?

Getting hot feet during a run is not unusual, especially when running in hot weather. But take certain precautions if you get hot ...

Cool Down Exercises After Running

Cooling down after a run allows your heart rate to slow down gradually. Stretching your muscles not only helps prevent soreness an...

Can New Running Shoes Eliminate Shin Splints?

Painful shin splints can stop you in your tracks. This inflammation of the tissue, tendons and muscles that cover the shins, is an...

Facts About Running Track and Field

Historians point to the first Olympics in 776 B.C. in Greece as the birth of track and field. Since then, the sport of track has e...

How to Run After a Meniscus Injury

Your meniscus is a piece of cartilage that acts as a shock absorber in your knee. The meniscus fits between two of your leg bones,...
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