Mon Dec 15 2014:
The hardness difference between concrete and asphalt is insignificant when running in shoes, because the cushioning afforded by shoes far exceeds any cushioning provided by those surfaces.
Thu Dec 27 2012:
Could running on cambered (crowned) roads contribute to foot, ankle, knee or hip pain? This has been studied in recent times with several published articles in the literature. So what do the ...
Tue Mar 16 2010:
Without thinking, some of the athletes taking the outside line put themselves at a disadvantage by running further. Over a common race course with turns, taking the outside line can make quite a ...
Tue Jul 21 2009:
This you can't sidestep by eschewing beef. The "cure" is to avoid age and, if age avoidance is the remedy, the disease is preferable. What's this run-induced calf malady so many oldsters contract?
Fri Nov 21 2008:
Fall is the season for trail running and racing. After a long and exciting summer of Triathlon training and racing it is easy to feel "burned out." Try signing up for a trail running race and see ...
Thu Sep 27 2001:
It is true that runners well below their maximum training load can increase any aspect of their training––including doing more slow and steady running––and see improved racing results.