Does Running Damage Your Knees? | How to Run Without Knee Pain

Do you think running damages your knees? Is running on the road or running on the treadmill bad for your knees? There is a lot of misinformation that exists about the impact of running on your knees and other joints. Know more about it in this video with Vikas Singh

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