22 Jun '16, 10pm

I wish I had known these 5 "running truths" when I started training in 1998...

I wish I had known these 5 "running truths" when I started training in 1998...

As I look back on over 15 years of running, it’s painfully obvious that I’ve made every mistake possible. Did I hurt my IT band… and then jump back into a fast workout two days later? Ugh, yes. Did I increase my mileage by 10%… every week for two months until I injured my knee? Sadly, yes. Did I skip all of my strength workouts because I thought that running was enough? I’m not proud to admit it, but yes. My training used to be haphazard and cobbled together from a patchwork of different sources online. I’d hop from one running philosophy to another thinking I just needed the “right workouts.” I was so wrong. And my running paid the consequences: For years my personal bests plateaued, even though I was running hard workouts. I suffered through almost every injury imaginable: plantar fasciitis, achilles tendinopathy, IT band syndrome, and more. It wasn’t a fun time to be a ...

Full article: http://strengthrunning.com/2013/06/running-truths/

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