How to cross-train your way to fitness

March 21st, 2019 by Madeleine Kelly | Posted in Training | No Comments »

A little injured but still want to make it to the start line? Here are some workouts that can get you there


The Shakeout Podcast: A Cross-Canada Run Brings Unfinished Business

August 24th, 2018 by Joan Chung | Posted in The Shakeout Podcast | No Comments »

The end of Dave Proctor’s cross-Canada run for rare disease research marked the start of a nation-wide campaign to support his cause.


A survival guide for dealing with a running injury

April 28th, 2018 by Dan Way | Posted in Health & Nutrition | 1 Comment »

Most runners will unfortunately find themselves injured at some point. Here’s what you can expect and what you should do when dealing with a running injury.


Five of the most frequently occurring running injuries and how to treat them

August 17th, 2017 by Dan Way | Posted in Running Injuries | No Comments »

Getting injured is, unfortunately, a common reality for many runners. Here are the most common running injuries as well as what to do about them


Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome: The last thing a runner *kneeds*

March 30th, 2017 by Dan Way | Posted in Running Injuries, Training | No Comments »

This is among the most common running-related injuries and involves dull achy pain in and around the kneecap


Running injuries 101: What you should know about stress fractures

February 22nd, 2017 by Dan Way | Posted in Beginners, CR Explains, Running Injuries, Training | No Comments »

Think you have a stress fracture? Here’s how to spot one and what to do about it?


Five tips to care for your feet to help prevent unwanted nail fungus

December 23rd, 2016 by Canadian Running | Posted in Health & Nutrition, Running Injuries, Training | No Comments »

Nail fungus is an unpleasant experience with the potential to sideline runners. Check out these tips to avoid the often painful problem.


Winter running injuries to watch out for

November 29th, 2016 by Dan Way | Posted in Beginners, Running Injuries, Training | No Comments »

Winter running is upon us and with it comes unique and sometimes treacherous conditions. Slippery surfaces, harder ground and cold, wet weather create a unique environment that increases a runner’s risk of several injuries […]


Achilles Tendonosis: Micro-damage, mondo trouble

January 9th, 2014 by Canadian Running | Posted in Running Injuries, Training | No Comments »

Overuse-related micro-tears in the Achilles tendon can cause serious problems for runners. Learn how to nip the injury before it hobbles your gait and derails your training plan. By Martin Zollinger Mark is 35 […]