Make those last few miles of a long run less painful with our tips for strengthening two key running components…

Often, runners concentrate on racking up the miles at the expense of all other training. At some point, your body will scream “no more!” and protest by breaking down with a knee, calf, or ankle-based injury, side-lining you for weeks or even months. But with these simple steps you can build up your legs’ strength and carry yourself further on your runs.
  • Always stretch
  • Choose the right shoes and socks
  • Increase your leg-strength work
  • Proper Leg Workouts and Back Strengthening
  • Get plenty of rest