I’m feeling sick, can I go out and run? There have been many stories and anecdotes of people who were sick, who went out on a run, and returned feeling all better. So does this mean we can go out to run even when we’re ill? It depends. If you can't get out of bed, then stay in bed. Running, even for a few minutes, will actually do you more harm than good.
Runners new to the sport are in for a rude awakening. Those aches and pains that remain and repeat themselves as you run more frequently won’t go away unless you get adequate sleep. Sleep is indispensable for muscle recovery and repair and every runner should embrace its restorative powers.
Sport Clinic: Heart Attack - The local running community has lost another member to cardiac arrest. Find out if you run the risk of a heart attack.
As we launch into the thrilling 2017 KOTM Season, we offer a frontRUNNER magazine that inspires.
Franxine Regalado, Alana Julianne Halagueña, Mary KL Lerio and sisters Rayya and Rishane Abellar are not yet 16 but already champions. Read about their young careers which promise to go a long way.
Robert Watson shares his secrets to preparing for an ultramarathon. Val Ramos writes about how squatting can be your best friend when training for a trail race.
Older, wiser and stronger? Dr. Mary Jean Flordelis advises Masters runners to take heed, stay healthy and be responsible when running. Ultrarunners Dr. Joe Babsa-ay and Dr. Toto Mina also caution against aging and neglecting your vision health when running.
Overseas, our correspondents Ben Gaetos and Jael Wenceslao report on the race action at the Cuyamaca 100K Endurance Run in San Diego and the Seattle Quadzilla and Quadzuki races.