How to Run Strong Forever
Runner’s World shares tips for running strong for adults in their 40s and beyond, and includes expert guidance from Jordan D. Metzl, MD, sports medicine physician at HSS.
Dr. Metzl explained the importance of building mobility to stay elastic and prevent injury. “Muscles and connective tissues lose elasticity, which shortens your stride. People who only run tend to develop injuries as they get tight and lose strength. Building strength and mobility through your entire kinetic chain—all of the muscles, ligaments, tendons, and bones running the length of your body—is extremely important,” he said.
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