What all runners need to know about joint health
Joint problems can affect any runner. Here’s how to keep your hips, knees and ankles running strong.
Let’s be clear: running won’t ruin your knees.
‘Three large studies show long-term endurance running doesn’t seem to damage joint health,’ says Richard Willy, assistant professor of physical therapy at East Carolina University, US.
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In fact, runners may have healthier joints than inactive people, says Max R Paquette, …