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Running Injury Foot Resources

Below are top resources on SparkPeople for Running Injury Foot.

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The Pros and Cons of Barefoot Running

Although barefoot running has been practiced in some parts of the world for hundreds of years, the concept has only recently gained popularity as an alternative to traditional running shoes in the Western world.  The book "Born to Run,"...  Read more

How to Run with Proper Form and Technique

Running may be challenging, but it is an activity humans were designed to do—and it's something nearly everyone can enjoy if we allow time and patience for our bodies to adapt to the demands of the sport. But that doesn't mean that prop...  Read more

Ice Home Remedies

When you're injured, ice is like gold. In fact, it is an essential treatment for most sports injuries. It is one of the key ways to reduce the inflammation that occurs when you have some type of muscle tear, tendonitis, sprain or strain. The...  Read more

Protecting Your Joints During Exercise

Exercise is good for your heart, helps with weight loss and provides a variety of health-related benefits. At the same time, exercise comes with a certain degree of injury risk, and depending on the activity, it can also put a lot of stress on your j...  Read more

Tips and Hints to Deal with Shin Splints

The phrase "shin splint" is a generic term that describes pain in the lower leg, either on the medial (inside) or lateral (outside) side of the shin bone. This pain usually begins as a dull ache that can't be pinpointed; it can be felt...  Read more

Hey guys, when youre walking or running outside an
Updated 10/18/2014 8:03:31 PM

Hey guys, when youre walking or running outside and it starts to rain, put your hood up and pretend youre Rocky. We can do this! :)...  Read more

My right foot is still giving me trouble. It's pai
Updated 10/19/2014 2:45:09 PM

My right foot is still giving me trouble. It's painful when I walk. Where can I find upper body exercise videos?...  Read more

Recovering from injury
Updated 10/18/2014 4:01:50 AM

Hi all ~ So I started tracking in June and although I have only lost about 6lbs, I am a lot fitter, stronger and my clothes are looser. I go to the Y as much as I can for water classes (aquazumba and aquafit are my faves !) and on days that...  Read more

Ran 20 minutes this morning!
Updated 10/17/2014 6:54:13 AM

I did it! I ran 20 straight minutes on Week 5 Day 3 of the C25K! 224...  Read more

I had a back injury last year and every time I try
Updated 10/15/2014 11:22:51 PM

I had a back injury last year and every time I try to abs it kills my back. Anybody know some non-stress exercises that will help me tone?...  Read more

Elastic Laces for Running

If you put elastic laces in your running shoes, you shoes will adjust automatically to your feet while running. It lowers the chance of foot injury and is much more comfortable., particularly on long runs. You can get elastic laces at medical suppl...  Read more

Pushing Yourself

When running, and getting to a place where you feel you can't run any further, look for a spot 15 to 20 feet ahead of where you want to stop, and run to that spot. Then each time you run, run 15 to 20 feet PAST the spot you chose the run before....  Read more

Tri-Sport: Triathletes, Duathletes, and more!

Anything triathlon! Everything Swimming, Biking, Running and Cross-training. Members from beginners to Iron Man competitors are welcome....  Read more

How Running Surfaces Impact Your Running Form

One of the most enjoyable aspects of running is you can basically do it anywhere in the world, whether on city streets, back country roads or in the comforts of a gym environment. All you need to do is lace up your running shoes and hit the trails. H...  Read more

Low Impact vs. High Impact Exercises: Which is Right for You?

People often ask me whether certain workouts are "high impact" or "low impact," and in answering them, I have discovered is that there is a lot of confusion among exercisers about what these terms really mean. Yes, they deal somew...  Read more