Distance Running - Trail Running - Casual Running

Running injuries are common, with issues like shin splints, stress fractures, and runner's knee affecting athletes. Proper training, footwear, and gradual progression can help prevent injuries and enhance long-term running performance.

After distance running, self-assessing is vital. Check for any signs of fatigue, pain, or discomfort. Evaluating your performance helps identify areas for improvement and prevents potential injuries.

Don't let your lower leg pain/injury keep you from training!

Here's some videos to help you do just that.

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