Re: My online argument with a "trainer" online
I didn't see it as that at all. I interpreted it as if you aren't sure if you're running correctly, or if it hurts you to run, maybe you should do something else until you can get with someone who can teach you to run correctly.
the same goes for any exercise, don't you think?
I actually liked the article alot. it is geared for the masses, and it does a great job of hitting the basics.