Injury Prevention Blog Posts

What you can expect when you wear Bob & Brad’s Compression Boots

Get a detailed review of Bob & Brad’s Compression Boots, including benefits, drawbacks, and comparisons. Learn what to expect when wearing the boots and find out if it’s the right choice for you. Get help making an informed buying decision today. Are you in the market for a pair of compression boots and don’t know…

Running Injury? Stop Training Now

As a runner, it’s important to be aware of the common types of injuries that you may face. Some of the most common injuries that runners experience include runner’s knee, shin splints, plantar fasciitis, and stress fractures.  These injuries can be caused by a variety of factors, including overtraining, improper form, and lack of proper…

Reasons to Track Your Shoe Mileage

How many pairs of shoes are you rotating through in any given training cycle? The more pairs of shoes you wear during training, the longer your shoes will last.  Why’s that?  Because your shoes will have a chance to “recover” in between you wearing them. It’s also key to switch up your shoes on a…

4 Reasons You Should Stop Running Fast All The Time

There’s a difference between running fast all year round (with striders and speed work) and running fast each and every day. I’m a big fan of staying fast all 12 months of the year and really against running every run too fast. When I was a freshman in high school, I was running on the…

These Tips Will Help You Avoid Long-Term Running Injuries

Injuries are the worst.  They derail your training plans and foil your fitness goals.  If you’re going to do the high-intensity training that’s required of you to reach your big, scary goals, then sometimes, running injuries do pop up. What you do to keep a minor injury from becoming a big one is what takes…

The Very Best Way to Prevent Running Injuries

As a runner, did you really think there was a way to prevent running injuries? If you’re reading this, you’re either injured and are trying to find ways to get healed quicker or you believe that you can not get injured as a runner. I’m here to tell you, that if you are a runner,…

3 Tips to Stay Patient after a Running Injury

The war against my (most recent) running injury is over.  It was a back and forth affair: “test runs” and setbacks aplenty, the calf pain has finally subsided.  This long delay was much more than I anticipated, however, as the saying goes, “it is what it is”.  I’m ready to move on and regain some…

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