Some of the most asked questions in the Running Lean Community on Facebook are about running-related injuries.
Runners just seem to get injured pretty often.
In fact, more than half of all recreational runners experience an injury at some point.
Why is this? Why do runners get injured so often? What are the most common injuries that runners experience? How do we treat these injuries, and how can we prevent getting injured in the first place?
In this episode of the podcast, I brought in a very special guest to help answer these questions.
Brodie Sharpe is an experienced physiotherapist and host of the popular The Run Smarter Podcast and today, he’s talking all about preventing and treating running injuries.
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Building Strength and Flexibility for Runners
October is Strength and Flexibility month over in the Running Lean Coaching Group!
All during the month of October, we’re going to focus on how you can build strength and improve your flexibility so you can become a more powerful runner and remain injury-free!
- The right way to do strength training as a runner
- How getting stronger is the most important thing you can do to improve your overall health
- How building muscle helps you burn more fat and lose more weight
- How to improve your flexibility through exercises like static stretching, foam rolling, and yoga
- Dynamic exercises you can do daily and as part of your pre-run warmup to help you stay injury-free
If you’re ready to stop getting injured and start getting stronger, then you have to join the Running Lean Coaching Group!
Interested in one-on-one coaching with me? Get the personalized guidance, support, and accountability you need to dial in your macros, become fat-adapted, and do it in a way that supports your long-term health and fitness goals. Learn more and apply for personal coaching here: www.runningleanpodcast.com/apply
Be sure to join the discussion in the Running Lean Community on Facebook! If you listen to this podcast, you HAVE to come check out our Facebook group, the two go hand-in-hand. Join here (it’s totally free!): www.facebook.com/groups/runninglean
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