Better to Prevent Injuries Than Deal With Them
Training too hard
“Having been a competitive triathlete and runner for the past 12 years, I have suffered a multitude of injuries, which often lead to frustration and heartbreak. However, I have realised that most injuries arise from training too hard, too much or too soon.”
Suffering from injuries while training for sports events goes beyond physical implications. There is also emotional fallout as described by by the two-time SEA Games gold medallist Mok Ying Ren.
Read here to find out more. “Standard Chartered Singapore Marathon: It’s smarter to avoid injuries than deal with them, says Mok Ying Ren”
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