Tips on how to avoid Runners Knee
Runners knee (patellofemeral pain syndrome) is one of the most common issues that runners face. It can begin as an irritation and turn into a painful recurring problem.
I have not suffered myself, although I did feel a twinge in my knee last winter. For me doubling up Omega3 intake and exercising my quadraceps (upper thigh muscles) worked. The twinge went away in a few days and has not recurred.
Here is some further information that will help you to avoid runner’s knee.
Diet may also have an influence on avoiding this painful problem.
- Is Running Bad for Your Knees? Maybe Not (time.com)