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Maintaining your legs’ workhorses will improve your overall performance. Your calf muscles (also known as the gastrocnemius and soleus muscles) simultaneously act as the gas...
Even though you work your entire body when running (including your arms, hips, and core), your feet bear a lot of the burden. So it’s particularly scary when you...
Runners are no strangers to stress. We’re wired to chase faster times, conquer longer distances, and crank out more reps. Our constant drive for progress—or the...
A simple yoga routine loosens tight spots, strengthens weak spots, and makes you a better, less injury-prone runner.
You know when you’re gliding over a foam roller and all of a sudden, you hit that sweet spot—and by sweet, we mean teeth-grinding,...
It’s no surprise that during a year that saw the majority of people confined to their homes, there was a surge in new runners...
There’s no arguing that running does a number on your body. A 5-minute km, for example, consists of approximately 1,700 steps, each one producing a...
Ever experience nipple chafing so painful after a run that your chest feels like it’s been brushed against a cheese grater? Or cross a...
These days, whenever you cough, have a runny nose, wake up with a sore throat, or you generally feel under the weather, your first...
Running regularly improves the quality of sleep you get each night. However, logging too much screen time before bed could mess with your shuteye, new research suggests. Prolonged...

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