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Running How To Train For A 21 Minute 5k Race
What are your thoughts on running a marathon with a cold? This will be my first one and have trained really hard for the past 21 weeks. Race is this sunday i'm on day 7 of the cold stuffy nose and cough
Yes but caution: You should really build up your strength and endurance with non-trail running first, to establish a baseline of fitness and health. Then, as you increase in strength, start hitting hills and slowly challenge the trails. It's better to work in increments to avoid injury. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hangover and running: Many problems can occur. Alertness and coordination may be effected so a fall or injury may result. Also a hangover is usually associated with dehydration, and a 10k race can add to this and cause severe problems with dehydration and complications that can be serious and even lethal. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Holy Cow!: That is fast. Consider working with a trainer who has a lot of expertise if you want to be faster than that. ...Read more
My daughter was at her sorts day running her race then all off a sudden she doubled over with a pain in her thigh. She is limping badly with pain?
Think I have bursitis in knee, what can I do to help. Got a running (10k) race just days away, will I be ok to run?
I was 16 weeks into my training fir my first marathon when I broke my wrist, race is in 4 weeks, can I still run it, or will running effect healing?
Run it: Properly casted this should not be a problem. If your arm movement feels off due to the weight of the cast, try equalizing the weight on the other hand by carrying something or wrapping on something of similar weight. Your pace might change slightly, but no big problem. Simply do not fall on it. Should be no risk for healing , but be sure to check with the Orthopaedic MD. Good Luck. Start slow !! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I'm running a 10mile road race sun which I hope to do in under 80mins my personal best is 78:35 I had a pull on my groin what prep can I do please torace?
Distance running: If your groin pull is not completely healed already, it is doubtful that it will be able to withstand the grueling demands of a high-performance 10 mile race. If it is healed, and you just want to try to prevent a recurrence, you should work with either an experienced trainer or a sports medicine doctor to customize a high performance training routine for your special needs. Stretching is key. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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