Volume Control and a Structured Training plan are the BEST ways to mitigate a running related injury. Strength, stability, mechanics, shoes..etc are all secondary. If you are experiencing pain associated with running ask yourself this simple question "Am I running more than my body is able to adequately recover from and positively adapt too?" If your answer is "I don't know." Then it's time to get a running coach or consult a running specialist to help you figure out that answer. If you’re tired of your chronic foot, knee, or hip pain.
Tired of being told to stop training.
Tired of needing to go see your physical therapist or chiropractor multiple times a week.
Then its time we talked with each other!
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