23 min

The best 4 tips when coming back to running from injury Mike Trees & DLake Creates Running Tips To Master Life

    • Running

Most people don’t agree on a lot of things in this world. But if you’re a runner or endurance athlete we can all agree that Injuries suck.
Whether it’s chronic (aka the pain has slowly been around and you’ve been ignoring it and keep training)
Or... acute (aka you twisting your ankle or falling down hard). They suck.
But what do you do when you inevitably get injured?
First things first when you get injured: You can’t compare yourself to the uninjured version.
Don’t compare times, fitness level, body fat percentage, etc. That is poison and does nothing for you.
Learn to put a stake in the ground and scream KAIZEN (which is Japanese for constant improvement)
What You Will LearnHow A little bit a lot of the time helps you in the long termwhy Nutrition is more important than everHow to measure your progressHow To stop playing the victim card and accept what’s happenedMore on Kaizenand more!
LinksReturning to running after injury - https://www.running-physio.com/returnafterinjury/Photos & videos of Mike’s progress - Day 1 Crash https://www.instagram.com/p/CamXgHFFRHK/Photos & videos of Mike’s progress - Day 4 https://www.instagram.com/p/CatPqzglB1V/Photos & videos of Mike’s progress - Day 10 https://www.instagram.com/p/Ca9jC3jPTmf/Photos & videos of Mike’s progress - Day 21 - Mike’s Park WALK race! https://www.instagram.com/p/CcrujnNljPw/DLake/Daren Instagram - instagram.com/dlakecreates - Mike Trees - https://instagram.com/run.nrgPodcast Concept, Production and Marketing BY POD PASTE

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Most people don’t agree on a lot of things in this world. But if you’re a runner or endurance athlete we can all agree that Injuries suck.
Whether it’s chronic (aka the pain has slowly been around and you’ve been ignoring it and keep training)
Or... acute (aka you twisting your ankle or falling down hard). They suck.
But what do you do when you inevitably get injured?
First things first when you get injured: You can’t compare yourself to the uninjured version.
Don’t compare times, fitness level, body fat percentage, etc. That is poison and does nothing for you.
Learn to put a stake in the ground and scream KAIZEN (which is Japanese for constant improvement)
What You Will LearnHow A little bit a lot of the time helps you in the long termwhy Nutrition is more important than everHow to measure your progressHow To stop playing the victim card and accept what’s happenedMore on Kaizenand more!
LinksReturning to running after injury - https://www.running-physio.com/returnafterinjury/Photos & videos of Mike’s progress - Day 1 Crash https://www.instagram.com/p/CamXgHFFRHK/Photos & videos of Mike’s progress - Day 4 https://www.instagram.com/p/CatPqzglB1V/Photos & videos of Mike’s progress - Day 10 https://www.instagram.com/p/Ca9jC3jPTmf/Photos & videos of Mike’s progress - Day 21 - Mike’s Park WALK race! https://www.instagram.com/p/CcrujnNljPw/DLake/Daren Instagram - instagram.com/dlakecreates - Mike Trees - https://instagram.com/run.nrgPodcast Concept, Production and Marketing BY POD PASTE

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23 min