Cross Training For Runners

Cross training workouts and exercises for runners. This is what you need to do off-road to improve your running performance and protect yourself against injry

Stadium Runners Workout Routine

The Best Stadium Workout Routine

If you're anything like me, then running the same route over and over again can get, really, tedious. Therefore, spicing up your running program is of paramount importance, especially if you are serious about keeping...
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The 7 Hip Flexors Stretches Runners Should Do

First things first, hip flexors are a group of skeletal muscles located in the upper thighs and the pelvis region, linking the legs to the pelvis. These muscles connect the thigh bone—known as the femur—to the pelvis. The primary hip flexor muscles are the psoas major and the iliacus— collectively known as the iliopsoas, which is usually the weakest of all of the muscles. Other hip flexor muscles include the sartorius, tensor fascia latae, and rectus femoris. The Functions These powerful muscles are used in every stride when walking, running, and sprinting. Some of the main functions of hip flexors include:

Is Creatine Good for Runners?

Are you considering taking Creatine as a runner? Then you have come to the right place. Running eats up a lot of energy, especially if you do endurance training. Sure, diet is the way to go...
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The Ultimate Sliders Strength Workout for Runners

The sliders are not the first thing that comes to mind when you think about a fitness tool. But they are powerful, and as a runner, I really encourage you to add this powerful training...

Run Before or After Breakfast? The Ups and Downs of Fasted State Training

Running before or after breakfast? If you’re looking for an answer, then you have come to the right place. Training in a fasted state is a controversial topic. For some runners (including me), it’s a part of...
foot exercises for runners

8 Foot Strength Exercises For Runners

As a runner, you should realize by now that strength training is part and parcel of your training program. And if you are already mindful of your muscles, then congratulations! Keep up the good work. But, I still have a question: “Do you do any sort of feet strength training?” If your answer is no, then, buddy, you are missing out, big time. The Benefits of Feet Strength Training
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Stop Foot Callus From Running

Running and foot calluses go hand in hand. In fact, if you log in serious miles every week and have zero calluses, consider yourself one of the lucky ones. Here’s the truth. Excessively large calluses aren’t...

Pre Workout Supplements 101: Ingredients & More

When trying to maximize workout performance, pre-workout supplements are great for improving endurance and gaining muscle. Pre-workout supplements give you energy, helping you stay motivated to work out. There are many types of pre-workout supplements...

A Guide To Using Muscle-Building Supplements

**This is a Guest Post by my friend Greg Black** We exercise for all sorts of reasons. One of which is to strengthen and build our muscles. Lifting weights and working out is only one...
muscle Imbalances exercise

The Runner’s Muscle Imbalances Fix Routine

Running is one of the best cardiovascular exercises that there is. It’s a fast way to shed those extra pounds for good and help you tone your body—especially your legs. Nevertheless, if you don’t balance your running with the right cross training strength program, you will, over time, develop muscle imbalances, which can compromise your performance and lead to pain and injury. So do you think that you have any muscle imbalances? Spoiler’s alerts: of course—especially if you are a runner. And now it’s time for you to address the issue for good. You ready?