Happy runner, trying to avoid injury and get back into racing form
Male 50, love running on road and off road; have to limit mileage to avoid injury.
trying to get fit again after a break.Age makes it harder - avoiding the injuries
I would be interested to hear from anyone on how to improve fitness distance and avoid injuries. Also how to train after achill/ten injury and if any good ideas for support after suffering this type
I am a 3K runner in the W45 section. Season's best of 10.59. Running has become a balancing act of staying fit and avoiding injury.
i have trained in past up to 13 miles but suffered serious knee injury so have avoided road running for the past five years. have kept active through tennis, yoga and walking
I am hurtling towards 50; used to run several times a week but got into the gym about 10 years ago, to mix it up and avoid injuries.
I have recently been trying the Galloway method as a way of running whilst carrying an injury (and to avoid new injuries). Using this method I was still able to complete my first marathon whilst
to avoid the dread of injuries. Just had first year of triathlons in 2008
Did my first Tri this summer (Windsor) and loved it. Training for my second Marathon (Dublin Oct 26th 2008) and treading a fine line between getting hte miles in and avoiding injury (shin splints)
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