Can Fear Cause Running Injuries?


May 2018--
The Peaceful Runner Newsletter #92

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Can Fear Create Running Injuries?


Can fear cause running injuries? I believe that it can and here is my story of how I believe fear caused my running injury. 

It has happened ladies and gentlemen. After six years of injury free barefoot running, I have an injury! My ego is crushed (which is probably not a bad thing)! Why has this happened to me now? Many questions went through my mind as I was blindsided by my foot injury. Here is what happened and what I believe caused my injury.

Fear Cause Running Injuries

I was running a 10 km race on the May Bank Holiday Monday (7 May). Part of this race was through some country paths and I was about 3 kilometers into the race when my foot ran over a rock protruding from the ground. I felt pain immediately!


Until next month, be happy, healthy and keep running!

With love and blessings,

Jackie ♥




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