The Journal of Sports Medicine
published a study that showed that the overall yearly incidence of running injuries is between 37-56%
with rates varying between men and women. Other research articles place injury incidence rates as high as 80%.
Most running injuries are associated with a repetitive motion injury and tend to be multifactorial in nature (having more than one cause).
The problem is, rarely do runners know that they are about to commit a training error that will place them on the path to injury and pain. This ultimately leads to lost training days, missed races, and unmet goals.
Since most variables leading to injury are controllable, most running related injuries should be considered not only treatable, but preventable!
The Resilient Runner Program is designed to help you prevent and avoid injury so that you can continue to train and compete in order to meet your goals.
If you do sustain an injury, you’ll be able to refer to in-depth information on how to quickly recover from all of the most common running related injuries.