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Impact of running surface on anatomy

The surface on which you run can have a significant impact on your anatomy and biomechanics. Different surfaces can affect muscle activation patterns, joint loading, shock absorption, and overall injury risk. Although it is widely known that running on asphalt is harder for your body, if you are training for a road race I would advise to also 90% of the time train on the road. More about this I will explain in the video below: