If you’re like most every runner that I’ve ever met, when you get aches and pains, you don’t stop. You push thru, hobble, maybe taking a few days to rest, and then return to running to find your pain not really any better.
This is very true of runners who have high hamstring pain, from a high hamstring strain.
“But I just don’t want to think about this pain any more,” you say to yourself.
But you also say, “I don’t want to worry about hurting myself more. I can take pain, but I don’t want to make it worse.”
Well, here’s what I would do to you, and how you can help fix your high hamstring pain:
When: Saturday, October 7th at 5pm (registration and FREE pre-race prep/stretching from McKenzie Sports Physical Therapy begins at 4pm).
Where: Laurel Hill Cemetery 3822 Ridge Ave, Philadelphia PA 19132
How Far: 5K..3ish miles. Unique and challenging, you’ll wind through beautiful (or creeeeepy) headstones at Laurel Hill.
What to wear: Runners and spectators are encouraged to wear their favorite Halloween costume. Prizes will be awared afterwords for the best costume.
Post race: Awards, drinks and post race care by McKenzie Sports Physical Therapy.
To learn more and register for the RIP5k race, click here. Cya at the cemetery!