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is it safe to run with a hangover 101?

facts of alcohol If you’re reading this post, you’ve probably had a bit too much to drink and are working out is it safe to run with a hangover? So let’s start with the facts. The more alcohol you drank and the later into the night you drank it, will reflect on the ability to […]

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Foot injuries stretches

Plantar Fasciitis treatment – 6 easy ideas to try at home!

Plantar Fasciitis is painful and we are here to offer some easy to do at home plantar fasciitis treatment. what is the plantar fascia The term literally means inflammation of the plantar fascia. The plantar fascia is a thick band of rigid tissue that extends from your heel to your toes. The function of this […]

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Core training

Kettlebell Training for Runners – discover it with The Injured Runner

Kettlebell Training for runners.  Athletes across the globe are discovering the benefits of kettlebell training. Kettlebell training was initially developed for use by elite Russian athletes can you believe- skyrocketing their performance at international competitions. However runners can now benefit from the dynamic training approach unique to kettlebell training. This dynamic training approach is being […]

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Hip injuries

Hip Flexor Strain treatment – 3 things to try today

Hip Flexor Strain is a muscle strain felt in the front part of the hip. It is often associated with speed training or compensating for another injury, especially Achilles tendonitis or plantar fasciitis. In this post we will look at hip flexor strain treatments and getting you back on track and pain free. To see […]

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Knees

Runners Knee recovery – 8 ideas to try today

Runners knee recovery- an intro If you’ve found this post it’s because you are suffering from some knee pain when running or walking. Runners knee is a general term for pain around the kneecap or patella. Symptoms in this region vary widely from being a low-grade annoyance to a complete inability to run. The cause […]

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Privacy Policy – The Injured Runner

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Knees Leg injuries

5 IT Band treatments for runners now – The Injured Runner

the IT band and IT band treatments IT band syndrome or Iliotibial Band Friction Syndrome is a condition that results in pain on the outer side of the knee. The iliotibial band is a thick band of tissue along the outer side of the thigh. It attaches to the Tensor Fascia muscle on the front, […]

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Core training

Lower Back Pain from running- The Injured Runner

Lower Back Pain from running. Back pain is probably the most common musculoskeletal condition afflicting humans. Estimates are as high as 50% of Americans are currently experiencing some back pain and 80% will experience it at some time in their lives. Lower back pain can range from a mild annoyance to disabling. You may feel […]

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Core training

Running core strength- The Injured Runner

what is at the core? Running core strength Over the past ten years running core strength training has become the buzz word of the fitness world. But what exactly is your “core”? Your core consists of 29 pairs of muscles that synchronize to control the motion at your trunk. It is literally the foundation for […]

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Leg injuries Recovery Running form

Hamstring Tendonitis treatment to try now – The Injured Runner

Hamstring Tendonitis is a pain that is felt on and just below the boney part of your butt that you sit on. The hamstring tendon attaches to this bone and can become painful. I have seen this develop after a runner stumbles and catches them self from falling forward. The hamstrings tighten to prevent the […]