Running with sore abs?

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    Having difficult running on the treadmill with sore abs. Meh, I did a couple of non weighted ab exercises and after two days it is still sore.


    Is it wise not to run with sore abs?

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    Let them heal longer?


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    Do you normally do ab exercises?
    Which exercises and how many?

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    I do crunches on those crunch machine.

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    Why would sore abs give you problems when running? Try running outside. Running on treadmill is awkward and boring.


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    yeah i don't get running on a treadmill. way more enjoyable to run outside, unless it's super hot or something.

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    You're only sore when you're unfit, in summary it'll go away after a while. I give it a 3 days - week.
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