While my Injury Series articles are among the most popular on my blog, they are spread out over several pages of posts on my blog, and a lot of readers aren't sure which injuries I've covered and when. I sometimes get requests for injuries I've already written about! To solve this problem, I've created a home page for the Injury Series, which you can see along the tabs at the top of every page. In addition, I've created an "injury map"—an easy reference so you can connect what hurts with the proper article! You'll find it on the Injury Series page, but I've also reproduced it below. Enjoy!
About the Author
I have been coaching runners and writing about training and injuries for over ten years. I've helped total novices, NXN-qualifying high schoolers, elite-field competitors at major marathons, and runners everywhere in between. I have a Ph.D. in Human Performance, and I do scientific research focused on the biomechanics of overuse injuries in runners. I published my first book, Modern Training and Physiology for Middle and Long-Distance Runners, in 2013.