Question: Can I continue to run when injured?

Answer: Most injuries will allow for some running – If you take about a week off to get the healing started you stay below the threshold of irritation. The factors will help you do this:

  • Gentle walking for the first 5 minutes and then liberal use of walk breaks,
  • Running at a pace slow enough so that you don’t aggravate the injured area,
  • Maintain a short stride with feet low to the ground, and
  • Stopping the run before you have aggravated the injury. Be sure to get your doctor’s OK before you run when injured.

Jeff Galloway Resources: Visit the E-Shop where you will find “Galloway’s Marathon FAQ” and other books for your running library. 

Did you miss the Jeff Galloway Race Weekend in Atlanta? It is not too late to still win the shirt and medal for the Jeff Galloway 13.1 and/or the Barb’s 5K. You can do this by signing up to participate in the Virtual Jeff Galloway 13.1 and Barb’s 5K. You can use a training run or race of the 13.1 or 5K distance to participate. Go to

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ANNOUNCING the new Galloway Run-Walk-Run training app! With coaching, motivation, nutrition, a FREE run-walk-run timer, and more!