fitoverforty wrote:Be sure when you run that you maintain a good posture so that your diaphragm is able to get enough oxygen. Sometimes when a runner begins to tire the posture becomes more slumped and it compresses the diaphragm and restricts oxygen intake.
Make sure you are properly hydrated. "Side-stitches" can be one of the first signs of heat exhaustion.
Here is an article that might give you more detailed info, hope it helps
http://www.the-fitness-motivator.com/ru ... ramps.html
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