Runner's Corner Blog

  • What qualifies as a running streak, you ask? Running as little as a mile or more in a string of endless days.

  • Does this scenario sound vaguely familiar?

  • Getting out for your next training run might not be high on the list of concerns right now with the current crisis, but it just might be the one thing that keeps you sane and brings some balance back into your life.

  • Road running consists of running through suburbs, cities, parks and paths that have two things in common: asphalt and concrete.
  • Every runner might find themselves one time or another facing an injury. If so, you’re in good hands with a physical therapist who has many interventions at their disposal to treat them.
  • As the new year gets on its way, it’s time to set new running goals!

  • As the holiday season approaches, it’s time to compile a list of my favorite running gear to share with you as gift suggestions for that special runner in your life.

  • Running is a high-impact activity. When we run, we place three times our body weight of force through our joints. That’s an incredible amount of force to endure for upwards of 5, 10, 13, and 26.2 miles.

  • If you’re a runner, injuries happen. It might not be a major injury (stress fracture, fracture, or surgery) but even the most common tendonitis or muscle strain will sideline a runner temporarily.

  • It’s a rainy Saturday morning, and all you want to do is pull the covers over your head and drift back to sleep. The last thing you want to do is wake up earlier than you would for a workday and go for your long run.

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