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Written by: Taylor Post, CAT
Are you looking to get back into running after a long winter hibernation? Maybe you’ve been working hard on the treadmill and want to take that training outdoors for a new challenge? Or maybe you’re like me and have been running outside throughout the winter, but you’ll be increasing your mileage or training for a race this summer or fall. Whatever the case, today we are discussing what you need to know before running outdoors this spring.
Running outside is refreshing and fun, but it might be tougher than you think! Understanding some of the differences between running on a treadmill and jogging outside is important for a smooth transition and to reduce your risk for injury. Happy trails!
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