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Journal EntryWhat surface is best for running?
Runners often hear the suggestion to “run on softer surfaces to save your knees.” When it comes to running and injury prevention, does surface matter?
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Journal EntryIf the shoe fits—Part 1: Wear patterns
What’s your wear pattern? Learn how to find the right running shoes.
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Journal Entry text/texmacsStop shin splints
Shin splints—sharp, sore, and/or throbbing pain that runs down the front of your shin—are common among those who exercise regularly. But how can you prevent them?
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Journal EntryRunning form 101
How’s your form? Make sure you’re ready to hit the ground—running!
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Journal Entry ODS templateEnjoy your run without "the runs"
Having the urge “to go” during a workout isn’t unusual for endurance athletes. There are steps you can take that could get you to the finish line accident-free
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Journal Entry Troff documentMinimalist running shoes: Do they really prevent injuries?
Barefoot-style running and minimalist running shoes are growing in popularity, but some new research now shows there are risks.
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Journal EntryRunning 101 for kids and teens
Is your child interested in running as a sport? Check out some helpful strategies on proper running form, hydration, and other tips to ensure your child is safe and gets the most out of this healthy activity.
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Journal EntryStay injury-free while running
It’s race season. And if you’re a Warfighter, every season is running season. Do you know what kind of running injuries you’re most at risk for and when you should or shouldn’t “run through the pain”?
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Journal EntryRunning: indoors or outdoors?
Learn about the pros and cons of running indoors versus running outdoors, especially now that colder weather is coming on.
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Journal EntryIs your Achilles tendon an uphill battle?
The Achilles tendon is stronger than you think, even when running hills.
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