Sure, being tall can be an advantage in basketball, but so is your ability to navigate the court with balance, dexterity, and ease. All of this requires proper footwear that supports your heels, ankles, and arches. The best basketball insoles can help to ease foot pain and correct issues related to biomechanical irregularities. Insoles keep you comfortable, so you can keep your head in the game.
There are few acute orthopedic conditions as debilitating and painful as shin splints. This repetitive stress injury of the shin bone, tendons, and muscles can afflict anyone who pounds the pavement on a regular basis. To remedy this painful injury, choose running surfaces that minimize the shock to your heels, wear proper footwear, and use insoles that provide structure and support for your feet. To help with the latter, here’s your guide to the best insoles for shin splints.
You've completed your half-marathon training plan. You've been tapering for the last three weeks, and you feel great. You've got your loyal fan section ready to get out there and cheer you on. Now all you need to do is run. Follow these fool-proof first half marathon tips to make it through your first race!
Car exhaust. Traffic sounds. Pavement for miles and miles. But don't fret. There are easy steps you can take to making your city runs fun and enjoyable.Check out our 5 tips for running in a city.
Whether you're racking up the miles every morning before heading to work, strolling in the evening with your dog, or walking around town with your family
Barefoot (or minimalist) running has become popular in the last five years. But debate is hot within the running community...
Your running shoes are speaking volumes – are you listening to what they’re telling you? Take your running shoes, flip them over and examine the sole. You should see uneven wear on the underside of your shoe. Here's what the wear pattern means.