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New research shows how movement may keep synovial fluid in cartilage. Originally published: Nov 2 2015 - 12:00pm By: Charles Q. Choi, Contributor   (Inside Science) -- The human body is able to act like a well-oiled machine because liquid fills its joints. Now researchers are shedding light on how physical activity might...
Hi everyone, First I would just like to thank Runner’s Tribe for letting me blog for them again. At the moment I am on my way back from Poland after just competing at the World Cross Country Championships. I am flying solo as I was the only Queenslander to go...
Thanks to Ross and Runners Tribe for giving me the opportunity to provide an insight into how I train and shed some light on some of my favourite training sessions. 2016 has started well with a solid two weeks of training at Falls Creek completed followed by 3 personal...
This article was re-published with permission from the Author. Runner’s Tribe purely wish to share and promote exceptional content like this. Enjoy! Originally published 24/09/2016 Knowing When To Say When: Written By Toni Reavis, 'The Voice of running in America' The Fancy Bear hackers have been at it again, releasing their fifth...
The 5 Minute Morning Protocol for Heel Pain - Plantar Fasciitis By Thomas Do Canto   Almost without exception, everyone I see with heel pain due to plantar fasciitis will have ‘first step’ pain when getting up in the morning or when getting up after being seated for a while. Often...
Fukuoka International Marathon by Josh Harris Race Report Lead up I had been feeling really good in the days leading up to the race. I went for some easy jogs, including a 5minute (Friday) and 3 minute (Saturday) effort between Half & Marathon pace and these felt really comfortable, which can often not...
© 2017 Runner’s Tribe, all rights reserved. To perform at your peak requires successful management of numerous aspects of your life; training, injury prevention, sleep and last but not least, diet. A balanced diet is vital.  We all know the drill, vegetables, fruit, wholemeal bread, plenty of water etc. etc.  But...
A column by David McNeill Too often in my career, I have walked off the track querying my performances; wondering why I ran so poorly when training pointed to something better…or wondering how on earth I ran as fast as I did when preparations had been poor. The latter scenario...
RT Interview with Craig Huffer: One Step Back, Two Steps Forward Craig you’ve been sidelined most of the season through injury. Can you tell us a bit about it and where you’re currently at in training? Getting struck down for the 6th year running was tough. In 2010, I felt the world...
Hi Everyone I’m very honour that Runners Tribe has asked me to write a bit about my running experiences. This first blog is just about my recent summer as it’s still fresh in my mind, but being more of a cross country / mountain runner, I’ll be writing more about...