If you are a runner who thinks you have a stress fracture…Listen up!
If you are stuck with a stagnant stress fracture, it is time to get out of your Comfort Zone.
What you do today can help you rebuild bone faster than you break it down when you train.
The difference between healing fast and healing slow is the mistakes you do or do not make.
One study on stress fractures in runners that I always cite and show to doctors at medical conferences reported that the time it takes to return to full athletic activity after a stress fracture ranges from 4 weeks to 52 weeks. That’s anywhere from one MONTH to one YEAR.
Let that sink in.
The difference is not the injury.
The difference is the athlete.
Which do you want to be?
If you want to take a deep dive into Stress Fractures strategies for runners, you need to check this out.
This is a FREE Masterclass called Running with a Suspected Stress Fracture: Do’s and Don’ts.
In this free Masterclass you will learn:
All of this will help you as a runner understand how to treat your Stress Fracture better, no matter how long it has been bothering you, and no matter which stage of trouble.