We are back for our second installment of question provided by my sister Zoe. Here are the list of questions answered on today’s episode all around Boom bust cycles/DOMS/running boredom/training structure:
- I have injured my hamstring and took time off to recover from, now my leg feels weak and I am in a cycle of exercise followed by injury recovery. What can I do?
- How do I tell the difference between muscle soreness after a run and injury?
- Every run I am running to the point of exhaustion because I want to get my best times. Is this okay?
- What do you recommend to address the running boredom during a long run or to distract from negative thoughts that come from a hard run?
- I want to cross train but my muscle soreness interferes with my running schedule, what should I do?
- Does running on fatigued muscles lead to injury?
All these questions will be addressed in detail.
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Other podcast episodes:
- Strength training 3: I’ll put on too much muscle and be too sore!
- From your half to full Marathon. How to Survive & Thrive! with Rick Mirabella
- Survive & Thrive as a masters runner with Matt Walsh