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#822 Minimal restrictive intervention is the goal with runners

If you are an injured runner, you are probably limiting your activity.

Doctors who don’t understand how important it is for you to get back to running tend to limit runner’s workouts more than necessary. They’re more restrictive than necessary. And it costs you.

You lose more fitness, you get weaker, you get stiffer, you get neuromuscular changes that damage your running form, and disrupts your coordinated firing of muscle units that makes you efficient.

All of that gets damaged over the weeks that you’re not running. So, it’s really important that you maintain your fitness.

Today on the Doc On The Run Podcast, we’re talking about how the minimum restrictive intervention should always be the goal with injured runners.

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