IT band (iliotibial band) pain is pain in the outside of your knee, which is a common injury among walkers and runners. Fortunately, most IT band pain can be treated without surgery or physical therapy.
Lower back pain while walking is common in fitness walkers, but it’s usually very treatable! Here are common causes of lower back pain, treatments and back exercises to prevent future pain.
If you’re experiencing shin pain after an intense walking workout, you may be suffering from shin splints. The good news is that you can manage shin splint pain, and help to reduce your risk of shin splints by taking some simple steps
Staying active and walking is particularly important for seniors. Walking provides a number of physical and mental health benefits, and can reduce your risk of health complications or even death!
Keeping your knees healthy and happy is key to maintaining or increasing your step count. Prevent wear and tear on your knees and deal with minor pain using these 11 tips.
Feeling burnout from your walking routine? It’s natural! Whether you’re walking too much, feeling sore, or need a change – you can make your walks fun and rewarding with these simple tips!
The key to staying active and getting more steps is staying injury free! Prevent injuries before they happen and stop existing injuries from getting worse with these walking injury prevention tips!
Your foot pain from walking could be normal soreness or a more serious injury. Learning the difference means treating your foot pain so you can walk longer distances and have more comfortable walks.
Walking can actually help to lower your blood pressure, in addition to all of walking’s other benefits to your health. Walking improves your fitness, strengthens your heart, and burns calories.
Walking and staying active can actually benefit people dealing with back pain, arthritis, fibromyalgia, and other chronic conditions. Find out why walking promotes healing, and how to walk with less pain.