Rite of Recovery

Few runners have escaped the frustration of injuries, but it certainly need not mean the end of our world. Instead this can be a golden opportunity to take time off to rebuild ourselves and return to running stronger and better.

Once upon a time, there was a little chick called Chicken Little who lived on a farmyard in the countryside. One day, Chicken Little went to the woods. He stopped by an oak tree. Suddenly a tiny acorn dropped from the tree – wheeeeeeeeee! And hit Chicken Little on the head – BONK! Unfortunately, Chicken Little didn’t see the acorn. He looked up the clear blue sky. “Oh, no!” he said “The sky is falling, I must tell the king.” Injuries – like the

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