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Posts tagged how to be a runner
Compartment Syndrome Update

Chronic exertional compartment syndrome (CECS)—can be a completely sidelining injury. It’s a condition most commonly seen in the lower leg among athletes, especially endurance runners. Symptoms typically develop as a tolerable pain, but as the runner continues running the pain worsens until it becomes unbearable and the runner has to stop.

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Age and Achilles

Most runners are acutely aware of all of the different types of injuries that can occur. I f they aren't , it's typically because they've been lucky enough to remain injury - free. But as we age, t he possibility of injury continues to increase.

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Stressed out Kidneys!

Not many people realize that running actually involves all of your organs, not just your muscles!

For one organ to function correctly, it needs the other organs to work correctly.Kidneys are responsible for filtering waste out of your blood.

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Embrace the Hill!

I don’t think anyone has ever said “Man, I love hill repeats,” unless you're a little crazy already. Most coaches will throw a hill workout into a normal routine every so often to spice things up, but for what purpose? Why is coach making us do this? Hills are terrible! 

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