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24 thoughts on “Don’t Fear Running Will Cause Arthritis”

  1. My husband and daughter are runners and I can attest to the fact that everything you are sharing is all the advice they have gotten from coaches – especially when it comes to reducing the impact of running on one’s knees. Great resource!

  2. I am one of those people! I thought running was bad for your knees (you just busted my bubble of excuses) I find that I must have bad form because I feel it in my shins and I’m afraid to get shin splints. I guess you need to come down and teach me!

  3. I never even considered the negative aspects that running can have on your body since I love it so much. Having quality running shoes definitely makes a major difference!

  4. I never realized running could even cause arthritis! Running is such a great way to exercise – I used to be more serious about it before. I should keep at it again.

  5. On the contrary, it helps prevent arthritis! I think running is a good workout and it’s easy to do everyday as well. I love the tips that you have here, so helpful!

  6. This is great info to know. I am trying to build up my endurance and stamina again after being sick for so long. These are great tips to remember as I get back in shape and start running.

  7. It really is amazing how many people still believe this!! This is great information for any one who believes this, especially if they want to try running.

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