April 19, 2013
When it comes to race training, “No pain, No gain” is a common motto for hard-core runners. But when the pain is more than some soreness or muscle stiffness, it’s time to stop. Britney Glaser reports on a common running injury.
Topics: Health Medical Pharma, Human Interest, Human behavior, Exercise physiology, Anatomy, Overtraining, Ice bath, Occupational overuse syndrome, Muscle, No pain, no gain, Running, Delayed onset muscle soreness, Biology, Pain