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Jun 24, 2011 4:04 AM

How to Run 10K With Zero Injury?

Running and injury, they always go together. That is why it’s crucial to undergo a rigid running training and learn how to run fast with zero injury. It is best if runners would have an automatic reaction to steering away from any accident or serious injury while running. But that is quite near to impossible. Especially when running for a 10K, it is not enough that a runner can run so fast. What is more important is that he has to learn the principles of how to keep himself injury-free when running training for a 10K. Even coaches admit that it is actually when a runner runs badly that accident happens. That is why the best gear to arm yourself with is precaution and nothing else.


Here are some of the principles to guide you in running with zero pain or injury.

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