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7 Best Marathon Running Shoes for Flat Feet

  Flat arches shouldn’t affect your ability to run. If you have flat feet, you want to ensure you are wearing the correct footwear. Running in the wrong type of shoes can cause discomfort, pain, and potentially cause long-term injury. When ...

How to Tape Shin Splints: A Step-by-Step Guide

  Even with proper warm-up and pacing while running, shin splints and stress fractures can still occur. Often shin splints occur from poor running form or wearing the wrong running shoes (see our list of good running shoes for shin splints). ...

How to Strengthen Ankles: 10 Exercises for Runners

With the feet and ankles vital for running, it’s important to keep them healthy and strong to avoid ankle injuries. Doing exercises to strengthen your ankles allows you to increase agility and maneuverability while offsetting aches and joint pain ...

Plantar Fasciitis Exercises for Runners

Have you ever experienced pain in the lower part your foot near the heel and back of the arch? Does it feel the worst in the mornings as soon as you wake up? And does it bother you after going for a run? You've probably got planter fasciitis, ...

Best Mid Distance Track Spikes in 2021

  Track spikes have been worn since the 1920’s, when Adi Dassler, founder of Adidas, first created them. Track events encompass sprinting events, mid distance events, and distance events, and it’s vital to make sure you have the right shoe ...

Best Long Distance Track Spikes of 2021

  Whether you’re running the mile, 2 mile, or 10,000-meters, you'll greatly benefit at your meets with a long distance track spike. These kinds of spikes have more cushion than you’ll find on a sprinting spike, but less than a ...

When To Replace Running Shoes

Running shoes take a pounding. It's inevitable they'll need to be replaced at some point. The question when should you replace your running shoes? The most common answer you hear is: change them after you've run 300-500 miles. But this is a ...

Top 3 Garmin Fitness Watches With GPS

  In today's environment, you've got multiple options for wearable devices that help you achieve your health and fitness goals. Some are designed for running and cycling while others are designed for counting steps and monitoring sleep. Some ...

Stress Fracture vs Shin Splints: How to Tell the Difference and 3 Pairs of Shoes That May Relieve the Pain of Shin Splints

  Most runners have probably at least heard of stress fractures and shin splints. Some less fortunate runners may have had to experience the pain themselves. These injuries have similar symptoms and often affect runners. However, there is a ...

Best Running Garmin Womens Watch

Looking for a watch to use while running is sometimes a bit of a daunting task. There are so many different models and brands available on the market with their own unique features. Searching online and doing research for the best watches can ...

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