Jogging is a great way to get the exercise that strengthens your heart and improves your body’s endurance. Feeling a little muscle burn in your afterward isn’t uncommon, but some runners experience sharper and more significant upper back pain after a workout.
If you commonly experience upper back pain after a long run, then your posture may be to blame. Pain the upper and middle areas of the back after running long distance are commonly associated with slouching postures and can lead to the same sorts of back problems experienced by those who sit for long periods.
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