I was doing a telemedicine consult with a runner for a second opinion and he has so much pain in his foot he actually can’t even walk on the foot, much less run on it.
One of the questions I asked him was whether or not he was doing single leg squats to try to maintain some of the strength in his non-injured foot and he actually said he wasn’t doing any of that because he didn’t want to get wonky.
Today on the Doc On The Run Podcast, we’re talking about why wonky is better than weak in a recovering runner.
Today on the Doc on the Run Podcast, we’re talking about how weakness causes running injuries. When I say weakness causes running injuries, well, if you’re a runner who has been injured, you probably feel that’s a little bit like rubbing salt in the wound. But stay with me here. I’m not talking about weakness […]View Details »