Here’s a quick and easy exercise you can use to first assess, and then if needs be improve your hip stability and glute function. These are both such important factors for us runners!
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Here’s a variation of the split squat which places more emphasis on loading the front leg, while using a gym ball. The ball provides a little bit of balance for the rear leg, without giving it a stable enough platform to compensate through. The Bulgarian split squat is a great option for progressing a split squat, before moving-on to a single leg squat. Give it a go, and let me know how you get on!
This is one of the best calf stretches for runners to relieve tightness in the lower leg. In the video above, I’m going to show you my favourite calf stretch to target tightness in the various different areas of your calf region.
Single leg squats, and various different balancing exercises form an important part of any runner’s strength and conditioning plan, as well as being a great […]
In this video, I’m going to show you a simple but super-effective resistance band exercise to target your glutes. Strengthening the hip region is so […]