This helps best if you struggle with calf pain

This helps best if you struggle with calf pain

Calf pain is common whether you are a runner, soccer player, fitness junky, or a tennis crack. According to research, about 12 percent of all intensively training athletes have to struggle with it. And overtraining is not always the cause. What you should know…

Myokines are the health secret of our muscles

Myokines are the health secret of our muscles

Regular fitness programs, according to individual abilities, are super healthy. This has not been a secret for a long time. Muscles, in particular, are absolute health wonders. And now we know why: it’s the myokines. Here’s what you need to know:

Does immune-boosting really work or not?

Does immune-boosting really work or not?

Boost the immune system is a big topic not only in these strange times. So many super-fit-looking people post their experiences on social media. But is too much of a good thing perfect for you and your body? Does immune-boosting really work?

Runners often suffer from the piriformis syndrome

Runners often suffer from the piriformis syndrome

Do you suffer from severe back pain? Your legs hurt, and there are even signs of paralysis? Sure, it’s a slipped disc. Not necessarily. In many runners, a small muscle in the buttocks can cause the same symptoms. Doctors call it piriformis syndrome. The good 

You can effectively prevent sports injuries with these 6 tips

You can effectively prevent sports injuries with these 6 tips

Overload and fatigue, incorrect movement and sometimes just bad luck. Every year, millions of athletes suffer sports injuries. And that even in supposedly healthy sports.Many of these injuries could be avoided by following these 6 tips:

Runners should strengthen the legs to prevent back pain

Runners should strengthen the legs to prevent back pain

Those who have never had back pain belong to a rare species. However, even with many runners, the back often causes problems. The consequences were training failures and missed competitions. A study now shows that not only back and core training can prevent issues with