Running does not wear your Knees out.

Vegan Runner

Hi, I'm D and I live with my wife Rosie, two dogs and three cats in The Orkney Islands, Scotland UK. I am a full time carer to my wife and I love to run, I am also interested in photography and art amongst other things.

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4 Responses

  1. Gael McLeod says:

    Thank you, thank you. I’ve developed O/A in my knees and I am currently losing as much weight as I can and am so delighted to know that I may be able to walk/run in the future as I always loved walking years ago.

  2. Shana says:

    Another article on Runner’s World on the benefits of running:
    http://www.runnersworld.com/health/nine-surprising-ways-running-helps-your-body?cid=socHE_20150222_40833056&adbid=10152618904471987&adbpl=fb&adbpr=9815486986

    I love to have this kind of information when I am tired of everyone telling me why I shouldn’t run ‘at my age’!

  3. Cindy Reidenauer says:

    I started this process after knee surgery. I could not run. I swam. My doc kept telling me to increase my strength in my quads and calves. Swimming did that. Now…my knees don’t hurt when I jog. I’m not running yet but it’s a start. I believe the quality of my muscles has made the difference.

  4. Dunky says:

    That’s the thing from what I read and from the information from most studies people who get knee problems while running either have long term problems that they would get knee problems anyway or their is some external issue such as shoes or form that is the issue.

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