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J Athl Train. 1992; 27(1): 50–53.
PMCID: PMC1317130

Training Errors in Long Distance Running

John R. Sallade, PT, ATC and Steve Koch, PT, ATC

Abstract

Among the most common factors causing injury in long distance runners are training errors. Even the most elite runner may lose valuable workout time when training terrain, equipment, or the progression of workouts, is not appropriate. Through this article we hope to help athletic trainers identify specific errors in athletes' training and their related injuries. Additional suggestions are made that will aid the professional in workout modification in order to prevent injury or to expedite recovery.

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