If you run, you’re at risk of dehydration; here’s what it is, how it can hurt you, and how you can prevent it

By Lindsay Park, RD, CD, CNSC
hydration-running-healthy-water-run

About this time every year, people throughout the U.S. contract marathon fever. It affects people old and young and even shuts down city centers for hours at a time. In some cases, a runner picks it up by simply coming into contact with the coveted finisher’s medal.

Weekend Warriors Don’t Have to be Weekend Wreckers

By Lance Madigan
Preventing_injuries_infographic

Let’s face it … by the weekend, each of us is ready to get out there, forget we have been sitting in the office the last five days, and get at it. It might be cycling, climbing, competitive sports or even trying to tackle that yard or garden.  But how do you prevent the recreation from coming back to haunt you for the rest of next week?

Winter Sports Injuries: An Ounce of Prevention

By Trek Lyons MD
Winter 20Running

Few things create more excitement than waking up on a crisp winter morning and finding that Mother Nature generously buried the mountains with a “monster dump” of snow during the night. More than equally depressing, however, is dealing with an overuse injury or sustaining a traumatic injury on such a morning. Preparation and daily planning are the pillars for preventing most such injuries in winter sports.​