As a runner, you may consider scheduling one or more days for other forms of exercises like cross-training, strength training or yoga as a part of your weekly training plan. Doing so may make you a healthier runner overall. However, there are a few misconceptions about how some exercises could be harmful to runners.
Here is a primer to help you clear misconceptions about strength training and other forms of exercises and will help you become a stronger runner, safely and appropriately.
Let’s debunk myths and find out the truth with running expert Daniel Vaz in this video.
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