Most of us started running because we want to stay fit and healthy, and it's true, we have heard a lot of stories about people losing weight, getting stronger, healthier and more active because of running.
Injured? These workouts will still keep you fit. If you’re suffering from running injuries, relax. You can still maintain your current fitness level while reducing the impact of running to your body with these activities.
“5KM lang yan, sobrang dali! Bitin pa nga eh.” Many runners take this distance for granted, thinking that it's only for beginners.
Polarity Physiotherapy Center specializes on Physical Therapy and Functional Training. Physical Therapy includes Myofascial Release (MFR), manual physiotherapy, physical rehabilitation, instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization, joint manipulation and corrective exercises.
Running for years, or even a just a couple of months, may lead to injuries. And if not treated as soon as possible, these injuries could keep you sidelined for a long time.
Resting immediately after a run can lead to tight, stiff, and painful muscles. It’s better to drink lots of fluids immediately and do post-run stretches.
So you just finished a marathon. Good job, you! Now you’re all set to do something that’s just as important: Marathon Recovery.
Remember the pain after your First 5K? Or that moment when you can hardly walk for days after your first half-marathon?
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