- Side Plank
- Russian Twist
- Single Leg Bridge
Keep reading for a step-by-step guide with pictures, videos, and descriptions of each of these exercises.
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I can always tell when people start running again because I tend to see a lot more running injuries. Many of these injuries could be easily prevented if people would just grasp this one key principle: you have to be strong to run.
Most of my runner patients have the misconception that running is sufficient strength training. Because of this, most of them neglect supplementing running with strength training.
Weakness in key muscles can alter mechanics of your run and eventually lead to break down and injury.
So how do you stay strong? What muscles are the most important to train for runners? What areas can you work on to keep you out on the road and out of my clinic?
Today I am sharing my five key exercises to help you run stronger, longer, and injury free.