What Can I Help You With During These Uncertain Times…?
Are you in need of some mental relief (like me) and are looking to get in some exercise during this time of social distancing?
Are you a runner who wants to stay healthy now more than ever for the benefits of your immune system while we try and prevent the spread of this virus 🦠?
Click the video below to hear the LIVE training I did on this topic within the Healthy Runner Facebook Group
What problems are you facing right now with COVID-19 all around and staying active and healthy?
In this impromptu episode on the Healthy Runner Podcast we addressed LIVE questions that can help you during this time of uncertainty with social distancing.
A Few Questions That Were Asked On The Live Episode Within Our Healthy Runner Facebook Group:
✔️ If we are federally quarantined…can we still run outside?
✔️ If the target race is canceled or postponed, should we continue our training plan or hold off and pick up later?
✔️ Since the gym is closed and I can’t take spin or other classes…can I run more or is that asking for trouble?
✔️ I am transitioning from running on the treadmill to outside now and I am feeling it, is there something I can do to strengthen my leg muscles?
👇 Leave other questions in the comments in the Healthy Runner Facebook group and I will try my best to navigate these unchartered waters 🥺
Stay active, stay healthy, and just keep running during these troubling times 👊
In best health,
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