The Hard Truth About Soft Surfaces and Running

Running on softer surfaces is helpful in preventing injuries, right? Well, it appears that this commonly held belief may not be true. According to a couple of American doctors in the article to follow, there are no articles supporting the idea that soft ground is better than harder surfaces for running health. Our bodies are amazingly adaptive when it comes to picking up on terrain input into the nervous system and adjusting muscle tension to both deliver power and absorb running impact forces.

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