Training consistency will bring ‘epic-ness’, but pushing for epic training every time will bring injury. Photo: Edward Wong Training consistency will bring ‘epic-ness’, but pushing for epic training every time will bring injury. Photo: Edward Wong
Training consistency will bring ‘epic-ness’, but pushing for epic training every time will bring injury. Photo: Edward Wong
Mary Hui
Opinion

Opinion

Trail Mix by Mary Hui

Avoiding running injuries by putting consistency over ‘epic-ness’ in training

  • It may be tempting to push yourself to your limits, but you should listen to your body and pull back in training even when you’re desperate to fly

Training consistency will bring ‘epic-ness’, but pushing for epic training every time will bring injury. Photo: Edward Wong Training consistency will bring ‘epic-ness’, but pushing for epic training every time will bring injury. Photo: Edward Wong
Training consistency will bring ‘epic-ness’, but pushing for epic training every time will bring injury. Photo: Edward Wong
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