When it comes to running, one of the best off road things you can do to help improve your running and bulletproof your body against common injury is to strength train on a regular basis. In fact, strength training is one of the most vital tools you can use to increase performance and avoid injury, helping you run stronger and more efficiently. And one of the most important running muscles is the quadriceps—the muscles at the front of the thigh. Therefore, today I’m going to share with you a killer runner quadriceps workout routine so you can build strength in these vital muscles to run faster, further and with fewer pains and aches. So are you excited? Then here we goo… The Many Roles of the Quads
Yoga Poses to Ease Post-Run Muscle Soreness
if you feel sore after a run, then good job buddy! But this soreness can also be a bad thing, especially if it’s interfering with your everyday activities. Post-run soreness can also be an unpleasant experience—even painful at times, and may interfere with your daily activity and how ready you can be—physically and mentally—for your next workout. Therefore, today I’m sharing with you one of my favorite cross-training activities you can do to speed up recovery: yoga.
female doing ndoor Circuit Workout
30-Minute Indoor Circuit Workout for Runners If you are currently stuck inside, due to the weather, a baby, safety concerns, monetary reasons, you name it, the circuit I’m sharing with you today is the perfect solution. In fact, this indoor workout routine is ideal for the cold winter month and perfect if time crunched fitness nuts. Most of the exercises below require minimum equipment and can be done almost anywhere, as long as you have enough space. These exercises will boost your heart rate, sculpt your body and get you out of running rut and help you smash through a training plateau. For more challenge, use heavier dumbbells, medicine balls and push as hard as you can, or shoot for more rounds.
Running Challenge runner
Here is a 30-day running challenge to help you instill the habit of running into your life and help do it the right way—even if you are a beginner, and been running these last weeks or months sparingly. So regardless of your current fitness level, your backgrounds, and your age, the program is your perfect opportunity to start taking control over your health and start getting into the best shape of your life.
hill exercise
Well, if you are really serious about becoming the best on the hill, without running more hills, then you might consider adding a strength workout session into your training program. Nonetheless, there is another thing you can do to make running hills easier without running more hills… Enter strength training. Don’t get me wrong. Strength training will not make you a hill running god, but it will surely help you build a lot of power and strength in your running muscles. Truth be told, to tackles the hills, you will need strong glutes, hamstring, quads, and calves. You will also need a powerful core to maintain proper uphill running form and rhythm. So if you always struggled with the hills, then today I’m going to share with you a set of exercises that you can do at home or in the gym to help you improve your hill running. The exercises below target and strengthen the key muscles that will help you ascend and descend the hills with much more power and speed.
I used to “hate” running too. But as I time progressed and I got fitter and stronger, eventually running became easier and I started falling in love with it. 10 Ways To Make Running Feel Easier Therefore, today I decided to share with you some practical tips and advice on how to make running easier—especially if you are just starting out and want to build the right base from the get-go. Inside this post, you are going to learn a lot of practical strategies to help make running more enjoyable and comfortable, regardless of your current level fitness level and training background.
Weight Loss woman
I believe that this is the ONLY weight loss article you will ever need to read. This blog post is the ultimate collection of some of the best and scientifically proven weight loss techniques you will ever need to know. In fact, this is the ultimate insider’s guide on how to lose weight and keep it off for good. This guide will take you through every aspect of weight loss possible, from exercise to diet, motivation and lifestyle. So if you are looking to lose weight—whether it’s 5 pounds, 10 pounds, 20 pounds, you name it—then keep on reading.
runner doing Beach Workout
Today I’m going to share with you some of my favorite exercises you can do on the sand to help improve your strength, speed and agility. Therefore, if you are looking for ways to spice up your workouts, then keep on reading. Where to Do the Sand Workout Routine You can perform this workout routine on the beach (duh), but if you don’t live in a coastal city, then a long jump pit or a sand volleyball court can do the trick. As long as there is sand, enough space and it’s safe to work out there, you are in a good place.
Staircase Workout execise
Today I’m going to share with you another of my favorite exercise method: stair training. So hopefully by the end of the post, presuming you have access to stairs, I’m sharing with you an awesome stair workout routine to help you burn calories, build strength, and improve speed and agility in no time.
When it comes to improving running speed, performing agility ladder drills is a must. Contrary to popular belief, the speed ladder isn’t just for elite athletes. Even recreational runners can benefit from this awesome tool. The fact is, agility ladder training is one the best things you can do to rev up your heart rate and challenge your speed, coordination, and footwork like nothing else Most recreational runners are not familiar with this training method. In fact, these fast paced, quick-footed drills have often been thought of as something only athletes do. While you may see many tennis players, soccer players and track athletes perform these exercises, anyone can do them, and benefit from them as well.