It’s always a good idea to stretch before running. Stretching gets your muscles ready for the exercise and can help you avoid a cramps or pulled a muscle. You can do simple stretches almost anywhere, and some people like to stretch after running too.
Wear The Right Shoes
If you do not have the proper footwear, you can injure your feet, legs, and ankles when running. Make sure the shoes you choose to run in are comfortable and support your ankles. They should fit right and have plenty of flexibility.
Watch Where You Run
Many people get injured by falling or tripping because they don’t see the obstacles in front of them. Always watch where you are running, so you do not trip or run in front of a car. Don’t just look ahead, remember to look down as well.
John T Yeska Jr enjoys running and does it often. Running is a great way to stay in shape and get some fresh air. He knows that it is easy to get injured while running and does his best to avoid injuries. If you are going to run, make sure you are doing so safely.