A good rule of thumb that we like to recommend to patients is to start gradually. Don’t increase your distance by more than 10% per week to allow your body to acclimate.
If you’ve gotten into running, look at this healthy running infographic for more tips and tricks to stay healthy while running this spring! Our office is here to help you meet your health goals. 👍 https://s3.amazonaws.com/…/ae7ca1c0-2cef-4000-ab32…
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