Do you believe in compression socks?

Do you believe in compression socks?

runnersworld.com 01 Jul '15, 2am

It's impossible to run a double-blinded study of compression socks (and many other recovery techniques, like ice baths and massage)—you always know when you're "supposed" to benefit. One way to tease out the difference between psychological and "true" physiological gains is to ask the subjects in the study whether they think the intervention will make a difference. That allows you to check at t...

Please drink responsibly: runners should only 'drink when thirsty' to avoid water intoxication h…

runnersworld.co.uk 30 Jun '15, 9am
Please drink responsibly: runners should only 'drink when thirsty' to avoid water intoxication h…

The urge to chug gallons of water on a hot run can be overwhelming but it's safest only to drink when you truly feel thirsty while exercising...

Absolutely in love with these new aurora borealis inspired shoes from @brooksrunning!

Just in time for summer running, popular running shoe brand Brooks introduced a color-popping Aurora Collection of its most popular models. I...

Nick Symmonds, The Rebel With A Cause: @ToniReavis' column leading up to Nick's #USATFoutdoor 800m win

Nick Symmonds, The Rebel With A Cause: @ToniReavis' column leading up to Nick's #USATFoutdoor 800m win

flotrack.org 30 Jun '15, 9am

By Toni Reavis, @ToniReavis He’s back, or at least trying. Now 31 years old, two-time Olympian Nick Symmonds is working hard to return to the top ranks of American middle distance running after an avulsion fracture in his left knee kept him on the sidelines throughout last year’s outdoor season. The five-time U.S. 800 meter champion comes into next weekend’s USATF Nationals in Eugene, Oregon li...