Good Pain VS Bad Pain

Good running pain compared to bad running pain.

This can be a tricky distinction, but one that must be addressed.

Pain / Discomfort that you can run through is

  • General muscle soreness
  • Not in a very pinpointed specific area
  • A dull soreness.
  • Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness
  • Comes on the day after a workout and goes away in 1-2 days

Pain that you should Not run through is

  • Very quick and sudden onset
  • Sharp / stabbing pain
  • From an acute accident/fall/twist

Kyle

Kyle is a running coach who works with people all over the world to help them run more consistently & be resilient to injury.

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