5 Ways to Preserve Your Knees and Joints
Running is one of the most common and simplest ways of strengthening both bone and muscle, making hip, knee and ankle joints less vulnerable to injury. In this article, AC Shilton uncovers the common ailments that runners face, and 5 ways in which we can protect our joints.
The key to joint protection is in reducing the load carried by these joints. The 5 ways in which runners can preserve and care for their joints include:
- Shorten your stride
- Check your mechanics
- Watch your weight
- Replace worn shoes
- Mix it up
Read on to find out more about these tips in greater detail. “5 ways to save your knees and joints”
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