If you want to get back to running faster after a foot fracture (or any overtraining injury), the whole key is make sure that you are increasing your activity to get stronger, instead of just sitting around and waiting, while you get weaker.
But the only way you can do that is with constant readjustment based on how you feel and what happens in response to that activity during that recovery process.
This episode is about runner with a healing fracture who was told by a doctor, “don’t run.” Instead he was supposed to wait for another x-ray to prove it was healed.
And after I did a consultation call with him, I actually cleared him to start running now.
Today on the Doc on the Run Podcast, we’re talking about a recovering runner with a fracture who wants to ramp up his intensity today.
The chances are good a lot of your friends secretly admire your ability to run. Unfortunately it seems a lot of people who want to start running, but don’t think of themselves as runners find it very difficult to start.
Sooner or later one of your friends is going to call you or talk to you and ask for some advice.
The real challenge and helping one of your friends begin running is to get them to go for the initial run, and be proud of themselves for doing it.
I really believe that we as runners to understand how good it makes us feel have an obligation to be as encouraging as possible to our friends, when they want to start running as well.
Today on the Doc On The Run Podcast, we’re talking about the 3 steps you can give to any friend who wants to start running.View Details »