Think back to the last time you really remember getting a second wind. Maybe it was 2 miles into your fastest 5K. Maybe it was mile 18 or mile 22 of a marathon.
Just when you felt you really couldn’t got on, just when you hit an all time low, your energy started to grow. You felt revived. Energized, you pressed on the the finish, thrilled with the boost of energy moving you forward.
Every runner recovering from a running injury will have dark days. The energy vaporizes and is replaced by frustration. If not careful, despair can set it.
On these days in your recovery it is crucial you dig deep.
Today on the Doc On The Run Podcast we’re talking about finding your second wind in running injury recovery.