How To Reduce Soreness Post-Workout

Just because you’re sore that doesn’t mean you should skip your workout. There are actually things that you can do that will make you feel better.

5 Essential Stretches for Runners

Drinking Water Isn't Enough

Remember that time that you finished a long run, proud that you'd finally remembered to stop for water and gels, only to feel just as exhausted as when you'd suffered through without any nutrition at all? Even if you're certain to drink your 64+ ounces of fluids per day, downing 8 glasses doesn't necessarily mean that you're truly hydrated. Nuun helps fill in these hydration gaps.

How Acupuncture Works for Running Injuries

Acupuncture can be used to treat a number of sports injuries and has a very successful healing record for athletes.

Acupuncture for Runners

Acupuncture may be rooted in a distant past, but its applications are far from antiquated. Today, this ancient remedy is one of the most popular forms of complementary medicine and works as well as it did 3,000 years ago.

A growing number of athletes are turning to this natural treatment to address swelling, inflammation, muscle tension, pain, and even to boost performance and recovery.

Start Training With A Sports Movement Screening

How do you know in training what is a temporary ache or pain and what is a serious injury? Screenings before or after racing can help you assess what injures you may have and help you avoid any serious injury.

Stretching Vs. Warming Up

Stretching and warming up play two different roles in any runner routine

Injury Q & A For Runners

Runners are no stranger to injury but how do you know when to run through it and when to let it rest? This conversation covers many common questions runners have about injury.