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Improving Performance: Warm up and Cool down

The topics we have discussed so far have covered the different injuries associated with runners. One may get bored with constantly reading about the ways you hurt your foot, or shin, or knee, but it is important to understand your enemy (injuries) before you hit the ground running. Now that we have those out of the way, let’s discuss the importance of a warm-up and a cool-down for runners. [More]

How to Recognize Runners Knee

The knee is a highly technical and crucial part of your body composed of many bones, tendons, ligaments, cartilage, muscles, and fluid. An injury to any part of the knee for an athlete can become detrimental to their season and possibly their overall athletic career. Usually when someone hears about a knee injury, their initial thought is a ligament or meniscus tear which is true in contact sports like football and rugby, or sports that constantly require the athlete to quickly change direction such as tennis or basketball. [More]