General Strength Training For Distance Runners

Running works only the sagittal plane of movement. In order to become a better overall, more resilient athlete, it's important to also train the front and transverse planes of movement.

Fitting It Into Your Training Schedule

If I’ve convinced you that adding strength training to your schedule will help you become a better athlete, improve your running economy, and help keep you injury-free, check out the four best strength training exercises for runners.

RELATED: Making The Most Of A Tough Training Day

Now that you’ve got the exercises you need  to do, check out this article for how to incorporate them into your schedule so you recover faster and don’t interfere with your running workouts.

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