Injuries are common while training for any long-distance endurance event. Very often, runners get injured from unexpected falls and bad ankle twists, which are unpredictable. However, other runners get injured from over-training, bad posture, or simply bad running mechanics. So, what are some good advice when it comes to running?

There are days when I don't want to run.  When I feel this way, the amount of energy it takes me to change into my running gear and get on the road is tremendous.

We all know that running keeps us healthy, helps to shave off weight, and improve our well-being. But, as it turns out, running also improves our brain function.

Have you made your New Year resolutions yet? Some of you have, and some of you haven't. Those of you who haven't probably learned from last year's resolution that keeping to your goals will drown you in deep time-consuming energy.