How to train for a marathon and not get hurt

Metro—October 30, 2017

Metro featured HSS primary care sports medicine physician Jordan D. Metzl, MD in an article about how to prevent injuries while training for a marathon.

Dr. Metzl said that healthy marathon preparation is "a good balanced training program over a period of four to five months." He added that a common cause of injury is logging too many miles too soon.

Additionally, Dr. Metzl advised to find a running partner. "Exercise compliance and enjoyment increases the more that you’re with somebody else," he said.

Read the full article at metro.us

 

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