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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
Yes: Trail running is an excellent type of exercise and highly recommended. While running, i suggest monitoring your heart rate and vary it between aerobic and anerobic exercise meaning varying your speed from cardio to very fast. This will assist with more weight loss and more healthy stress on your heart. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have been trail running 4 about a year and am starting to get a sharp pain in my right shin. What can I do to deal with this pain?
Dull ache starting at backside of head continuing down the length of neck. It happens after strenuous exercise like trail running.Any possible reason?
Is there any good way to prevent my knees from hurting while running? No significant injuries, but running on trails or pavements causes pain.
Runner's knee: Sounds like runner's knee. Try obtaining a cho pat band that can be worn over the mid portion of your patellar tendon halfway between the bottom of your kneecap (patella) and its insertion on the proximal tibia. Ensure that your hamstrings and quads have good eccentric strength and are well stretched and consider orthotics in your running shoes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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