Advice from our biomechanics experts could help you achieve your running goals faster and with less pain
As temperatures cool and leaves begin to change color, runners tend to find themselves entering their offseason. Although continuous race training keeps runners, including myself, focused and motivated, it can eventually break down the body. The risk of burnout, injury, and lingering fatigue build as each race is completed. I am not suggesting you become a couch potato and binge watch Netflix! But I am recommending that offseason training be a part of every runner’s workout regimen.
Dr. Dan Benson, DPT, OCS, FAFS
Forefront Physical Therapy
Belltown & South Lake Union
2720 4th Ave #115
Seattle, WA 98121
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