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LE_SIGH's Photo LE_SIGH Posts: 3,111
1/3/20 10:20 A

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Knee pain can also be caused by a tight/ torqued IT band. Foam rolling the side of my thighs and lower legs after runs was helpful for working through a recent issue with this. Also manual massage (self or otherwise).

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1/3/20 9:54 A

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My suggestions:

Well fitting shoes
Stretch
ST (make sure your inner thighs are strong, this causes me knee pain)
Foam rolling



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12/19/19 11:36 A

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@BENLIM92 Here are a few tips:

Start slow and take it up from there.
Take care of your body. Eat Well and Rest accordingly
Wear Good Shoes and Quality Workout apparel. It does not have to be pricey you can go with something like this: www.borntough.com

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12/11/19 6:13 P

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@shaopie,maybe me increase to more and my knee burden

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12/11/19 5:29 P

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Did you start out slow and increase gradually? Also rest, elevate and ice the knee.



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LUANN_IN_PA Posts: 30,935
12/11/19 11:49 A

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"how to solve the knee pain problem after running?"
The solution would depend on the cause for the pain.
Bad shoes?
Arthritis?
Tendon issues?
Horrid running form?
Too much too soon?


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12/11/19 6:29 A

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Thanks for your advise

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12/11/19 6:12 A

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The place to start would be with your shoes. Are you wearing quality running shoes that work for your body mechanics or did you just pick the first pair off the shelf? If you aren't wearing quality running shoes, I recommend going to a specialty running store to get an appropriate pair. It will cost a little more but will be worth it.

Also, since you are new to running, did you start with a Learn to Run program like Couch to 5k (C25k) or a Sparkpeople plan? A good learn to run plan will start you out with run walk intervals versus just going out full tilt.

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12/11/19 5:32 A

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Hi,me is a beginner runner.I start running in this month,but every time after i running i will felt my knee have a little painful.Is this a normal phenomena or maybe the ways i running is wrong.Can everyone give me some advise to help me.


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