Tips for Urban Running
REI Co-Op Journal shares tips for urban running to help clear your head and boost your physical and mental health.
Some may think that running on hard surfaces could lead to more injuries. “Although concrete is the hardest surface to run on, there is no solid research showing that running on concrete leads to any more injuries than running on asphalt, synthetic track, grass or a treadmill,” says Polly de Mille RN, MA, RCEP, CSCS, USAT, director of the Tisch Sports Performance Center at HSS, who adds that running on grass or trails can also help develop agility and stability.
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