Dr. Brian Hay demonstrates his three favorite explosive movement exercises for runners. Try these at home.
Did you know over 60 million people run for exercise each year and over 60% of them are women? After giving birth, women may notice some changes in their bodies as they try to return to their normal running routine.
How to use a kettlebell as the “best bang for your buck” strength training tool a runner can have. Hit your glutes, quads, core and upper body with these few kettlebell exercises.
Learn how proper foot and ankle mobility and strength can unlock your running potential.
Michael Silva PT, MS, CSCS
Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist
Hip mobility is essential to generate power while running. Here are a few simple hip mobility exercises for pre-run, post-run, rest day, or just anytime you feel like it.