Tracking Progress & Injury Prevention

How does one track their progress and prevent injury? Find out more in our latest session.

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Following our first session on “Maintaining Fitness During This Strange Time” and our second session “Charting Your Training”, the next session is on “Tracking Progress: & Injury Prevention". During this period, how we maintain our fitness is different from our norm, especially if we typically train at stadiums and workout at gyms. 

How can we measure our progress while training during this period? What are the criteria to take note of and how can we effectively gauge our progress? Runners have a tendency to injure themselves if they over train or if we overload too fast, performing at an intensity in which our bodies cannot yet handle. What are some injury prevention tips?

28th May, Thursday, 5pm

“Tracking Progress & Injury Prevention”

What is a good way to monitor our progress given that we are training somewhat differently? What are the measures we can put in place to prevent injury? 

In our second session, David and Melvin had invited a few guests to share about their personal experiences and background about training during this period. Moving forward, we hope for more audience interaction during our sessions. Feel free to ask questions through the chat and share materials that you think may help the others. 

Participate during our session and you can stand a chance to win an Under Armour Run cap, more details during the session. Sign up your attendance here. Registrations will remain open until 3pm, 28/05/2020. Please contact enquiry@runmagazine.asia if you do not receive the sign-up link by then.



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