4 major reasons causing injuries

Running is one of the best exercises, but like in every exercise, runners too are prone to injuries. But don't worry we are here to help you identify how you can tire yourself and get hurt.

  1. Overexertion
    Overexertion occurs when you push your body past its ability to heal. To put it simply, when you take on too much physical activity too quickly, you can hurt yourself. Pushing too hard and too soon compromises your body's ability to bounce back.
  2. Bad form
    Bad form or wrong postures are one of the major reasons for causing injuries. It occurs when you are doing a sport or activity wrongly and are likely to increase if you are rapidly accelerating the intensity, duration, or frequency of the activity.
  3. Using wrong equipment
    Using the wrong set of equipment, especially shoes, and applying the wrong techniques for certain moves are definite path to injuries. One should always use the right equipment for training and exercise.
  4. Following the wrong diet
    It is said that athletes are made in the kitchen. What you eat is directly going to affect your performance. Eating unhealthy or even healthy food which is not in line for your training requirement can lead to exertion and hence injuries.

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