Doesn’t it seem that once you get one running injury under control another one creeps out right behind it?
Or when you’re in the depths of a
learn to run program or training to run a 5k, 10K, Marathon or Ultra Marathon you have to quit because of an injury…
It can be so frustrating trying to prevent running injuries!
“Running is bad for joints, muscles and the whole body!”
“I feel sorry for all you runners because running makes you old!”
What a horrible thing to read when I’ve been running for so many years!
You know, I didn’t believe this for one minute, but yes he was right…
Runner’s do get injuries and quite frequently.
Needless to say I felt a bit compelled and this prompted my curiosity to do some research to find out why runner’s have so many injuries and if running really had the potential of being listed as an occupational hazard.
- Running is excellent for your bones!
- Running is excellent for your muscles!
- Running is excellent for your cardiovascular system!
- Running is excellent for your respiratory system!
- Running is excellent, excellent for your everything!
And for the part that running makes you old…
Running actually regenerates all the cells in your body and can make you look and feel younger right down to your cellular level.
That’s good news!
The long and short of it, runner’s do suffer a lot of injuries.
So what’s the problem then, why are all of us runners getting injuries?
Here’s what I’ve discovered.
When you age you lose strength and flexibility even if you’re active!
Ah ha…It’s inevitable, it just happens because we become less active in a 24 hour period.
Things that age and don’t get used, become brittle and break.
Toddlers, they move in and around, strengthening and flexing their little muscles onto couches, floors and chairs and are great at developing their flexibility and strength!
Yes, toddlers are building many muscles we don’t even know exist any more! The last time you crawled and climbed all around like a toddler was probably when you were a toddler.
Running is a great exercise and builds some muscles, but not enough to keep you strong and prevent you from running into injuries.
This is when I found Runner’s Yoga
Doing yoga will increase your flexibility, so your muscles and joints stay limber and flex better. Your body gradually aligns and strengthens so every running step is nice and strong.
Yoga builds strength in your joints and muscle and this is a big plus.
Those muscles that are not being used while you run are built during the Runner’s Yoga process.
- The large and small muscles support one another.
- This also spells out a faster metabolism…
- More muscle means more fat burned…
A lot of runners use Runner’s Yoga!
Doing Yoga will ignite every part of your body that needs to be ignited, because you are giving your body the attention it needs, hence it will prevent running injuries!
Runner’s Yoga is a Total Mind-Body Workout you can do on your own … almost anywhere … in just 30 minutes!
Your Running Program Needs a Yoga Program!
It’s for anybody.
It’s for all levels of fitness and flexibility. If you are interested in giving your body a lift this program adds strength, agility and inner peace.
I strongly recommend this program.
Please leave a comment a let me know how you feel 🙂