Running can be a great cardiovascular workout, but it can also heighten your risk for muscle problems. This video demonstrates stretching moves that you can use to prevent running-related injuries.

Running too fast or too much before your body can handle such exertion might result in shin splints. If you feel pain at the front of your lower legs, take a break from your training to allow the inflammation to subside. You can also kneel on your legs to gently stretch the shin region. IT band issues can eventually lead to knee problems as well. To avoid these concerns, balance your foot on the opposite knee and lightly stretch the side of your upper leg.

Able Orthopedic & Sports Medicine offers orthopedic help for your sports injuries. To speak with anorthopedic doctor , call our Forest Hills office at (347) 537-2404.

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