Wanda Kriebel’s racing was interrupted by a serious injury, but now the 62 year old has completed her comeback race.
In Her “Couch to World Championships 5K” Training, Aisha Praught Leer Is Working Her Way Back From Injury
The 1500 meter Olympian has been singularly focused on recovery since her meniscus tear in July 2021.
Through a new study, researchers are trying to understand bone health in female ultrarunners.
The 2016 Olympian and 2015 bronze medalist has a knack for coming through when it counts most.
This often-overlooked cause of heel pain requires a different approach than true plantar fasciitis. Here’s how to test and treat it.
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Professional athletes and experts share how learning from their injuries is helping them to cope with coronavirus.
We can do a better job of recognizing that injuries are rooted in physical issues, but often come with huge mental consequences.
Practice holding two seemingly incompatible emotions at the same time and balancing them, to break out of feeling like a situation is all-or-nothing.
The “Funhouse Mirror” Test: How to Spot and Fix Distorted Thinking Patterns That Are Holding You Back
In the face of injuries or setbacks, experts say we can often fall into distorted thinking patterns. Asking yourself this one question can help you paint a more accurate reflection.
Labeling the exact feeling you have in a given moment— calling an emotion what it is—can be surprisingly powerful.
In every challenging set of circumstances, there are ways—even small ones—to regain control and take action.
This research-backed drill can help you accept where you’re at and then take the next step forward.
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After hip surgery, the 2015 world championships bronze medalist shares her comeback story and lends hope to injured runners everywhere.
She hasn’t raced 26.2 miles since 2017, but she made a pact with Joan Benoit Samuelson that on April 15, they’ll see each other on the starting line in Hopkinton.
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It is easy to get impatient when recovering from an injury and want to speed up the process.