|13 trail races so far|
I've gotten more injuries from falling and hitting the ground than from running this year. Of course only averaging 24 miles a week may be the cause of that.
|girls gettin real wild|
The word you're thinking of is jogging. People don't usually get injured from jogging. People get hurt running usually repetitive chronic injury from strength/body imbalance. Athletes get hurt sprinting usually from strength/body imbalance effecting muscle contraction; a muscle tear or rip.
Jogging 4 m/s or slower. Injury chances very low.
Running 4 m/s to 8 m/s. Injuries chances somewhat high in high volume,usually chronic in nature.
Sprinting 8m/s to 13m/s. Injuries somewhat high at lower spectrum in low and medium volume, very likely in high volume. At higher end injuries very likely even in low volume.
If you haven't gotten injured you don't know your limits and thats a horrible way to live life.