Think of this way, the stronger you become in the frontal and transverse planes of motion – movements occurring side to side and into rotation – the better you can focus your running efforts on moving forwards efficiently.
If you’re looking for a simple exercise to help you build leg strength, then checkout the Wall Sit. It’s harder than it looks!
Glute Activation & Hip Mobility Routine >>Free Download [PDF] How to Perform the Stability Ball Hamstring Curl The start position for this hamstring exercise involves you […]
How to Foam Roll Your Glutes I posted a video on my YouTube channel today demonstrating a quick routine I like to use to foam […]
Five of the best lower back stretches for runners. These stretches are perfect for anybody who suffers with back pain after running.
Strength Imbalance: Training Your Weaker Side [Ep40] How to Fix Strength Imbalance When performing various exercises, if it feels like there’s a strength imbalance and […]