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Posted Mar 22 2010 5:40am
As a follow-up to this weeks posting by Adam Kelinson, I came across a summary in the March 2010 issue of Runner's Magazine on cross-training when dealing with a running related injury.

Let's face it, there may be times whereas running is simply not an option. With that said, hopefully you consider cross-training on before an injury occurs as cross-training can help to improve overall muscle balance, increase flexibility, keep you mentally refreshed and -- keep you injury free!

It is simply a great alternative to consider for your active recovery days.

With that said, if you are using cross-training as an alternative while you recover from an injury, it's imperative that you choose a modality that will not aggravate an existing injury.

The input below comes from podiatrist Stephen Pribut.

Train hard; stay strong.



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