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Top 6 Isometric Exercises For Runners

Today, I’m going to share with you one of the most challenging workout routines you can ever do as a runner. And what’s the best part about it? Well, you don’t need any equipments. You don’t need...

The 3 Proper Recovery Rules For Runners

Whether you’re an avid marathoner or a recreational runner, recovery is an integral part of any workout routine and healthy lifestyle. As a matter of fact, to reach your full running potential while staying injury-free,...

How To Improve Your Running Posture – The 6 Exercises You Need

I spend most days sitting for hours on end, whether I’m working or “Netflixing” (those episodes of Daredevil won’t watch themselves.) For a long time, I had no idea how sitting negatively affected my...

The 9 Golden Running Rules You Shouldn’t Break

Running is one of the most convenient sports out there. All you need is a pair of trainers, and off you go. Nonetheless, to reach your full running potential, there are a few training rules...

Are You Making These 5 Running Shoe Buying Mistakes?

Whether you’re a beginner runner or an elite athlete, having the right pair of running shoes is a must. Plantar fasciitis, shin splints, blisters, black toenail, and annoying foot pain, are some of the issues...

8 Simple Strength Exercises to Improve Your Running

Once I started strength training regularly, I became a much more efficient and injury resistant runner. And I believe the same could happen to you if you only just heed the advice I’m going to...

The 7 Best Oblique Exercises – A 30-Minute Side Abs Workout Routine

When it comes to running, core strength is of paramount importance. I have already written extensively about the importance of core training for runners (check the post here) and have shared plenty of workout routines to help you target and strengthen these vitals muscles. Nonetheless, most of the routines I have on my blog tend target most of the muscles of the core, including the glutes, upper abs, lower abs and the obliques. So today, I decided to share a workout routine that’s specific and targets mainly one muscle group: The obliques. As a result, if you are looking for a specialized core routine and/or have weaker obliques (or just looking to achieve more definition and sculpt), the routine I’m sharing with you today is perfect. Here we go…

The 5 Standing Core Exercises Every Runners Should Do

Core training is an essential ingredient in any training program—whether you are just a recreational runner looking to achieve a ripped midsection or a serious athlete on the quest to improve athletic performance and...

Should You Run Through a Cold or the Flu?

You’ve hit a positive groove with your running routine, and you’re feeling pretty damn good about it. Then, out of a clear blue sky, you find yourself sniffing, sneezing, and not feeling so great....

6 Cool-Down Hacks to Beat the Heat During Hot Summer Runs

Like many runners, I spend every cold-weather season counting the days ‘til spring. Running in the cold is not my forte, so the warm weather is always a nice welcome. But now that summer is...