Runners need to pay attention to the middle child of the Glute muscles family, the Gluteus Medius. Try these exercises to strengthen this often neglected muscle, needed to keep the pelvis steady during runs.
Try these bridge exercise variations and progressions in your next workout to increase Glute and ab strength to run stronger.
Learn all about foam rolling: How to choose the correct foam roller, mobility tests to determine where you need to foam roll, advanced foam rolling techniques that go beyond the basics, learn how long and how often to foam roll for the best running performance and injury-prevention results!
Runners that strength train are stronger, faster and less prone to an injury. Try these six lower body exercises in my nine-week run stronger plan.
Strength training isn’t cross training, it’s as important to your run training programing as the long run and intervals. Not sure where to start? Incorporate these five strength training moves into your next workout to build the runner-specific strength that will help you improve your run.