Running Myths DebunkedPosted on Aug 27th 2009 10:00AM by Jacki Donaldson
Filed Under: Fitness
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Another myth: Running is the only form of cardio you need. Not so. Running all the time can lead to injury, plus your body will become so efficient at the exercise that you might stop seeing results. Try some hiking, biking or jumping rope to mix things up. While you're at it, add in some squats and lunges, because strength training is important, too.
FitSugar busts some more myths here. (Think running is an inexpensive sport? Maybe not). And here at That's Fit, we've got some scoop on runner's knee, which might be something you can scratch off your worry list.