Runners are a unique breed.
We’ll do anything and everything to stay running, often to a fault.
Most of my patients come to me at the point of no return. They’ve completely run themselves into the ground — quite literally. These runners have reached a point where they can’t run more than a minute without symptoms.
How did they get here and what could they have done to prevent a major injury catastrophe?
Most running injuries typical come on slow and gradually worsen. After the initial response of “running through it,” most runners yield to their impending doom and cut back their mileage.
“I’ll just run less and let this recover a bit. That will do the trick!”
Unfortunately, this mentality keeps most runners injured (and eventually in my office).
Take a look at this video I put together that describes this vital flaw that will keep you injured and grind your training to a halt.
Struggling to Run Again?
Learn the simple and easy-to-follow structure I use to help runners beat injury and get back to running faster.