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It’s happened to even the best runners . . . a fall or cross-training accident lands you with a nasty arm injury like a broken collarbone, dislocated shoulder, or sprained wrist. Multiple weeks in a cast or an arm sling makes it difficult, not to mention painful, to even...
While taking a break from your running routine to indulge in big holiday dinners and ‘spirited’ holiday parties may seem like a good idea at first, any runner knows that after about a week or two of skipping your training, you really start to feel it. Circumventing the excuses...
Running in the colder temperatures of fall and winter can feel exhilarating. You sweat much less than when you run under a blazing summer sun and the frozen, silent landscape can be breathtaking. Lower temperatures and inclement weather can increase your risk for injury while running, however, so don’t...
Matt Fitzgerald is an acclaimed endurance sports coach, nutritionist, and author. His many books include The Endurance Diet, 80/20 Running, How Bad Do You Want It? , and most recently 80/20 Triathlon. Every endurance athlete is familiar with the idea that certain physiological tests can be used to predict endurance performance. For example, the classic...
If you want to get to the level where the best sports betting sites are listing on their odds-boards for major distance races, it’s going to take more than just hitting the treadmill or running your favorite neighborhood circuit. Even if you aren’t interested in competition but just want...
Are you experiencing ankle pain when you go running? If so, you definitely don’t want to ignore it. The ankle joint, which is actually comprised of three articulating joints, bears much of the physical brunt of your running (along with the feet and knees). The ankle is truly a...
Since commencing personalised training programs in 2009, the Front Runner coaching team has been primarily focused on assisting both recreational and competitive runners competing in events ranging from 800m to the Marathon, as well as Full and Half Ironman Triathlon. Over time, the tracking of data (through GPS and online...
Matt Fitzgerald is an acclaimed endurance sports coach, nutritionist, and author. His many books include The Endurance Diet, 80/20 Running, How Bad Do You Want It? , and most recently 80/20 Triathlon. The fall marathon season is upon us, and you know what that means: Thousands upon thousands of runners will hit the wall before...
If you love running shoes and are going to buy a new pair, the buying time is a time of great joy but also a bit of uncertainty. Therefore, in this article we are going to tell you 5 tips that you should keep in mind when buying your...
When you think about lower extremity injuries which can affect runners, conditions like Achilles tendonitis and plantar fasciitis often come to mind. Smaller ailments like hammer toes, bunions, and overlapping toes might also affect a routine running schedule. But what about broken toes? Are they really that serious and...