A sports medicine specialist who treats elite athletes offers advice for how to optimize your training regimen through the dog days of summer.
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Your fitness plans should play an outsized role in leading you to the exact type of shoe that best suits your needs.
Ease the strain by training up for the 26.2-mile run ... well before attempting it.
Triathlete Rob Norris is in his mid-70s, with hip replacement surgery in his rear-view mirror. Nothing has slowed his training regimen.
Runners fill the streets of Grand Rapids to test their fitness and endurance during multiple competitions.
The best part about these inexpensive bands? They're highly effective.
Parents should know that athlete safety is less about choice of sport and more about a child's training.
Get off the couch and lace up your tennis shoes because you don't need to be a 'skinny-Minnie' to run.
Expert suggests gradual training for preventing health problems.
Prevent bladder leakage by focusing on your pelvic floor.