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Y is it I have no trouble cycling (up to 100 miles in a day), little trouble playing hockey / skatin

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Submitted : 2018-06-14 16:44:40    Popularity:     

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Two things I can think of offhand: There is a good chance the shoes you run in are a poor match for your biomechanics. Go to a store specializing in servin

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Two things I can think of offhand:

There is a good chance the shoes you run in are a poor match for your biomechanics. Go to a store specializing in serving runners. Bring in your current running shoes, and start a discussion about the pains you feel from running.

Did you recently start running? It's possible you are trying to get into it too rapidly, based on conditioning from your other activities. Running uses the muscles differently than the other activities. It simply may be the case they are not used to it. In addition, running is a high impact sport, so your legs might not be used to dealing with the impact. Try a program for beginning runners.

Running is much more jarring on your body's joints relative to skating and cycling.

You would probably call me grandpa, when I was a kid everyone was thin. NOw people are so fat.
I would tell you all you need to do is reduce that impact of hitting the pavement, but with everyone so fat, I think jogging is probably out of the question for most people. Most people can hardly walk,
these days. Maybe if they would start out walking they could over a year or so get into running.
I am 66, but I take small steps, I am light and I can run ten miles.

Because running puts stress on legs, ankles and feet.

Impact pressures. it is the same for throwing a punch in boxing, that you have to condition your legs, ankles, knees and hips for such severe impacts as running would bring. A boxer too, where they have to condition the wrist, elbow, forearms, etc... for being able to deliver as striking a blow as possible. That is why most boxers is best to start in childhood. The same for running.

different strokes for different folks i guess



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