Saturday, September 24, 2016
Wrist and ankle weights aren't made for running

By DANIEL REYNEN Citizen Columnist

There are lots of ways to make running more challenging. You can choose routes with more hills, increase your pace or throw in some body weight exercises every few minutes. One thing you should avoid, is strapping weights to your ankles or wrists. 

In the 1980s, ankle and wrist weights were promoted as a way to lose weight and build muscle during your run. The idea certainly s...

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