We hear this kind of advice all the time: “If it hurts, don’t do it.”
At Active Life, we couldn’t disagree more. Instead of just stopping, let’s identify all of the different variables of running and training that could be leading to the current symptoms of pain, tightness and/or irritation we’re experiencing.
By consciously experimenting with these variables (speed, cadence, sound, stride, tempo, width, etc.) we can create a plan that allows us our athletes to continue to do what they love to do, instead of having to take time off and “rest”, which probably isn’t going to help a lot in the first place.
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