Turning Point 2249| Minor Injuries Can’t Go to the Line of Fire

Original link: https://conge.github.io/2022/12/11/ReturnPoint-minor-injury/


How can I not get my shoes wet when I often walk by the river?

It is almost impossible for people who choose running as their form of exercise to never get injured. Personally, I have problems from time to time.

No, because I got the flu last month and the weather turned cold in winter, I put on shoes and ran for ten days when I was running. In the past few days, I feel that I have recovered from my illness, and I have resumed barefoot running again. With such a toss, the feet began to complain.

People who often run know that changing new shoes is the most vulnerable time for injury, because all parts of the body have to re-adapt to the new shoes, which will affect the running posture and change the stress distribution of the feet, legs and joints. At this time, you should take your time and let your body adapt gradually. From wearing shoes to going barefoot, the changes are even greater, and you need to adapt slowly. And because my running volume dropped a lot when I was sick, I was a little impatient and wanted to reply to myself as soon as possible. As a result, because the speed was increased and the amount of running was too much in a short period of time, it caused a sudden pain in the middle of the sole of the left foot.

I’m a streak runner, which means I run every day. If you encounter a little injury, it is natural that the slight injury cannot go to the line of fire. So, how do I generally deal with situations where pain arises? Taking the opportunity to answer questions from netizens, I summarized my strategy.

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