Running doesn't seem complicated, placing one foot in front of another, striding along. Running seems like such a simple activity that it would be difficult to injure oneself. Yet, every day hundreds of people around the world injure themselves while running. "So people trip and fall," you might think to yourself, yet only a small percentage of running injuries stem from such one-time occurences. Most running injuries are the result of repeating the same motion over and over again, thousands, millions of times. Here in the Run The Planet injury prevention and treatment section you will find information on a wide variety of running injuries from heel spurs, to ankle sprains.