Nath wrote:Downhill running can be rough on the joints, even if you're not weak. There'll probably be some adaptation over time, but the other option is to dial the intensity up when going uphill and dial it down when going downhill. In the extreme, this becomes hill sprints, walking downhill to recover. This is probably not ideal if you're training for a race in a hilly area, but it'll work just fine if you're running for general health and conditioning.
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