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Running recovery: tips for avoiding injury

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The survey, commissioned by Blackmores, also revealed that a third of Australians only focus on rest and recovery after exercise if they feel sore, and one in 10 never do it.

Andrew Hoare, a sports physiotherapist and director of PhysioTrain is not surprised by the findings.

“With limited time available, recovery is often the easiest component to leave out of your fitness routine, as the benefits of a good recovery are not always felt right away,” he says, adding “the health benefits of exercise come about through consistency, and getting a good recovery is the best way to ensure you can keep training while reducing your risk of pain and injury.”

Runner and fitness coach, Danielle Bazergy says she takes a broad approach to…



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