Learn proper running foot strike and how to improve your running technique so you can run faster and stay injury-free.
Kenenisa Bekele’s running form is one of the many things that makes him an all-time great marathon runner. In this running technique analysis video, I’ll show you how you can improve your running form by studying how Bekele runs. Learn to run like Kenenisa Bekele in five steps.
Follow along with this ten-minute routine of ankle strengthening exercises to build strength in your ankles and lower legs. This ankle strengthening routine is perfect for injury rehab after ankle sprains and other ankle injuries.
Follow this 10-minute core workout for runners to build strength for running, and prevent injuries. No equipment is needed for this core routine, you can build core strength at home.
Although running with peroneal tendonitis will be painful, runners like you and me often want to know whether or not we can continue to run with peroneal tendonitis.
Forefoot running reduces the rate of the initial impact that your knees have to absorb as the foot strikes the ground. However, the other side of the trade-off is that more loading is placed upon your calf muscles and Achilles tendon. Let’s take a closer look.