For individual guidance I recommend a coach or PT to apply an individual approach as you requested. In general, to run you need to…..run. This can be phased in as you work on some of the contributing factors to your development of IT injury. Other activities can help with general fitness, but will have poor transfer to running.
Staying on Track when Injured
On a run in the Grand Canyon this November, I developed an IT band injury. I’m currently biking, xc skiing, and hiking since I am unable to run. How do I build my training plan with these three activities so I can stay on track for getting back to running? How do I decide how long to bike, hike, or ski for in lieu of my running plan? Thanks!
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