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11 mistakes you're making that are ruining your run

INSIDER Logo By Ni'Kesia Pannell of INSIDER | Slide 1 of 11: The feeling that you get after a good run is in a league of its own. Whether you're a new runner or have been hitting the pavement for years, every runner knows how accomplishing it is to knock a few miles off of your list. What many runners don't know, however, is that the way what you're doing now while running could be harmful to future runs.According toDr. Kevin Kinney, chiropractic physician and wellness expert, taking note of the mistakes you're making during your run today can spare you from serious injury down the line."For beginning runners, setting achievable goals and being cognizant of a few tips can help reduce the chance of injury and improve training sessions," he told INSIDER. "Minor alterations to major areas such as bio-mechanics and hydration before running - or to smaller areas such as breath control and proper footwear - can take your run to the next level. Focusing on the details of your session will elevate your performance and decrease chances of injury."If you're interested in making your runs be the best possible, be sure to avoid these 11 mistakes.

The feeling that you get after a good run is in a league of its own. Whether you're a new runner or have been hitting the pavement for years, every runner knows how accomplishing it is to knock a few miles off of your list. What many runners don't know, however, is that the way what you're doing now while running could be harmful to future runs.

According toDr. Kevin Kinney, chiropractic physician and wellness expert, taking note of the mistakes you're making during your run today can spare you from serious injury down the line.

"For beginning runners, setting achievable goals and being cognizant of a few tips can help reduce the chance of injury and improve training sessions," he told INSIDER. "Minor alterations to major areas such as bio-mechanics and hydration before running - or to smaller areas such as breath control and proper footwear - can take your run to the next level. Focusing on the details of your session will elevate your performance and decrease chances of injury."

If you're interested in making your runs be the best possible, be sure to avoid these 11 mistakes.

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