Training for a half-marathon involves months of building up your stamina and increasing your speed. Today, we're here to share a dozen different ways to make your half-marathon training plan both easier to accomplish and more enjoyable along the way.
Summer is in the air and running season is back! In our latest blog, we explore the causes and offer solutions to knee pain and other common runner's injuries. Throughout, you'll learn effective strategies for preventing injuries and how to apply kinesiology tape. Click on the blog to read more!
Trying to figure out what cardio would fit you best? In our latest blog, we discuss walking, jogging, running and the benefits of each. Click on the blog to read more!
In Megan's latest vlog, she takes you through some stretches she does after she runs and also shares a recipe for a healthy after workout recovery smoothie. Click on the blog to watch!
In the latest edition of the Mueller Sports Medicine Vlog Series, Megan shares some of her favorite Mueller products and discusses why those products are amazing for her!
If you have ever sprained your ankle, then you know how hard recovery can be. Everyone from recreational runners to people who are active at work rely on their ability to move around. In this post, we'll talk about 10 tips to avoid sprained ankles and running injuries.
Are you gearing up for your first half marathon? In this blog post, we'll talk about 11 things I wish I had known before my first half marathon, from an active half marathon participant.
Avoiding knee joint pain from runner's knee is all about maintaining form. When you run on a regular basis for sport or training, form is the most important thing to maintain. Here are ways to treat runner's knee pain and get back to training.
The most common tennis injuries are either repetitive action injuries or acute injuries, such as sprains. If you are a tennis player, it is important to recognize and properly treat any injuries before they become more serious. Read more on common tennis injuries and how to treat them.
Although golf is one of the easier sports for the body, it still comes with risk for injury, especially for those who are new to the game, older, or who play very often.