The answers to the most asked questions about jogging-related injuries and pains.
“I was sick, so I haven’t run for five days. I feel like I’m behind in my 5K training schedule. What should I do? Should I resume running that I missed? ”
“I often have a cramp on my left side after five minutes of running. How do I get rid of these cramps, or better yet, avoid these cramps in the first place?”
“When I first started running my hamstrings felt really tight and sore. Is this normal, and can I run through this type of pain?”
“After a recent run, my shins started to hurt. A jogging amide told me to put on ice, but someone else told me to put heat on them. better relief? ”
“Lately I have had migraines after my runs. What is the cause of this problem and how can I avoid these headaches?”
“It is very common for runners to experience certain aches and pains, especially if you are training for a long distance event. So when can you run through the pain and when should you stop?”
“I have a cold and I don’t want to take a break from my routine. Can I go for a run with a cold?”
This delayed onset muscle pain will go away on its own after a few days, but here are some tips for dealing with it during this time.
“I am training for the marathon and towards the end of my long runs my leg muscles start to cramp upwards. How can I prevent muscle cramps?”
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