To strengthen your knees for running, you need to work on the muscles all around your knees, including your thighs, calves, and buttocks. Once those muscles are stronger, they give your knees a break! Try doing strength training for your knees 2-3 times a week. You can even do the exercises before or after a run to make it more convenient.
If you’ve read anything about losing weight over the past few decades (and odds are, if you’re reading this article, you have), then you’ve probably come across the conventional wisdom that cardio is necessary for burning calories and revving up your weight loss. One of the most popul…
A little over a year ago, I ran my first ever marathon. Prior to that, I had completed four half marathons, and I felt like I had become too comfortable with that distance. Sure, POPSUGAR