Painfully relevant. @laurenfleshman on how to injure yourself like a pro:

Painfully relevant. @laurenfleshman on how to injure yourself like a pro:

runnersworld.com 24 Apr '14, 3am

After 18 months away from competition, I took my shiny new race kit out of the plastic wrap and pinned a crooked race number to it. I borrowed a pair of spikes and weaved the dirty laces through the timing chips. I did my first ever prerace breast pump. I donned enough layers for an Antarctic ice journey for my warmup jog, and then awkwardly stripped down to shiver alongside the best club teams...

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flotrack.org 24 Apr '14, 1pm
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Watch Behind the Scenes Episodes Flo Pro gives you access to acclaimed original series, like The Program, as well as all other exclusive "Mad...

WATCH: Stay fast, supple and injury-free with these 10 best mobility exercises for runners:

running.competitor.com 24 Apr '14, 2pm

A couple years ago, Kelly Starrett, DPT and co-owner of CrossFit San Francisco, set out to record a year’s worth of near daily video blogs. S...

7 Steps To An Injury-Free Season: Photo: Dan Holz / TandemstockFollow these techniques to build a rock-solid f...

7 Steps To An Injury-Free Season: Photo: Dan Holz / TandemstockFollow these techniques to build a rock-solid f...

triathlon.competitor.com 24 Apr '14, 11am

1. Do a functional strength-training program in and out of season. “Runners and triathletes seem to think that with all the swim/bike/run work that they’re putting in that they are getting stronger every day,” Herrig says. “But while running is good for building strength, our body just goes through a limited range of motion—there is not a real deep knee bend or a lot of hip flexion involved. It...