Overuse Injuries, Overtraining, and Burnout in Child and Adolescent Athletes - Joel S. Brenner and the Council on Sports Medicine and Fitness - Overuse is one of the most common etiologic factors that lead to injuries in the pediatric and adolescent athlete. As more children are becoming involved in organized and recreational athletics, the incidence of overuse injuries is increasing.
Kilian Jornet, 29, is widely considered the world’s best ultra-distance and mountain runner. Last month, he conquered Mount Everest twice in one week without using supplemental oxygen or fixed ropes. A project called Summits of My Life has taken him to the peaks of Matterhorn, Mont Blanc, Denali and Aconcagua. We asked him what makes … Continue reading Kilian Jornet: inside the mind of the world’s best mountain runner
Exercise can have a powerful impact on people struggling with addiction, as members of the Skid Row Running Club know all too well. Could this be one of the best natural ways to address withdrawal symptoms? https://youtu.be/lq4o8P_seMc Skid Row in downtown Los Angeles has been a ghetto for the impoverished, marginalised and substance-addicted for a … Continue reading Find it difficult to resist alcohol or drugs? How running can help
Trail Running Story on one of the world's great trail runners. JUST KEEP RUNNING from smart as productions on Vimeo. New Zealander, Ruby Muir is one of the world’s most promising young trail-runners and a fearless, force of nature across broken terrain. In "Just Keep Running” Ruby shares her journey of love and loss … Continue reading Just Keep Running – Trail Running
The outdoors is your best gym. It’s free of charge, offers challenges and views at the same time, and is more accessible than your local weight room. In fact, while there were over 36,000 gyms recorded in the United States, there are more than 236,000 miles of trails between federal and state lands. https://youtu.be/m3nsE1gzuks So it’s time to … Continue reading Tips to Get the Most out of Every Trail Run