After tearing her calf, writer and pro athlete Laura Siddall put three running alternatives to the test.
The injury isn't stopping the Olympian.
We spoke with three sports psychologists about how to prioritize mental health alongside physical health.
This often-overlooked cause of heel pain requires a different approach than true plantar fasciitis. Here’s how to test and treat it.
How trail runner Keely Henninger found her way back to running after injury gave her a reality check.
Guidelines for keeping your training on track when you can't do your plan for the day or have to take days off.
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.
Injuries are often the sum of all stress placed on the body.
Learn about two of the many of the commonly held notions about the causes of running injury.
If you've been sidelined from running due to injury, we have your guide to getting back in the game. Ease into it by following these rules.
An injury or missing some of your training schedule doesn't have to completely derail you.
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What to do when injury strikes right before your big goal race.
What do you do when you are a month away from your goal race and an injury pops up?
Of course we always recommend at least checking in with your doctor.
Etiquette expert and runner Lizzie Post knows a thing or two about the rules of the road!
See what our readers do when injured to stay active.