Mid Race Muscle Cramps

Myra Pena-Delgado, MD Baylor Scott & White Health

Hydration with electrolytes before and during activity is key to avoiding muscle cramps.

Cody Godfrey, DO Baylor Scott & White Health

Keeping to a routine is key and should be followed throughout your training. Easily digestible meals are important the night before and the morning of the race.

Cody Godfrey, DO Baylor Scott & White Health

Regardless of your age, it’s important to understand your body and pay attention to what’s happening to your body when you exercise.

Samuel DeLiberato, DO Myra Pena-Delgado, MD Baylor Scott & White Health

While you’re training, get to know your body and pay attention to normal discomfort vs pain, and know when it’s right for you to stop.

Samuel DeLiberato, DO Baylor Scott & White Health

It’s important to keep your legs and core warm when running in cool weather. It’s especially important to keep your legs warm to reduce any risk of injury.

Tyler Handcock, MD Baylor Scott & White Health

Hit your stride by putting more focus on warming up your hips and quads — an important muscle group. Baylor Scott & White Health offers key tips in this short video.

Tyler Handcock, MD Baylor Scott & White Health

It may be surprising to most, but running while pregnant can be great exercise. Check out this Baylor Scott & White Health video for how to do it safely and the many benefits you can experience.

Dominic Ricci, MD Baylor Scott & White Health

It’s important to hydrate for both the distance and the weather. Baylor Scott & White Health offers key tips in this short video.