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Ladder Agility Don’t fall on your face!

In his How and Why series, coach SEAN TAIT, founder and running technique coach at Off the Mark, responds to your trail-related questions.

It’s important to first establish that there are two very different ways in which we can get injured on the trail. Every possible injury is either classified as a chronic or acute injury.

Chronic injuries are built up over a period of time, from the repetitive act of

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