Tone the legs, strengthen the core, engage the whole body and get faster with these five moves.
The key for a successful return to running is allowing the soft tissues to have the chance to adapt.
“If you only have the time for one exercise, this should be the one you do.”
Learn how to treat and beat this painful running injury.
Tim Crowley demonstrates the front squat, a great exercise that increases power and improves flexibility through the hips.
Plantar fasciitis can be a painful injury, but there are plenty of ways to fix it.
Instead of using the band-aid method to fix an injury, find the root of the problem — which is usually poor running form.
Learn how to attain optimal hip flexor flexibility, improve core strength and stability, as well as gluteal strength and stability.
A bit of “Om” time could make you faster and more injury-resistant.
Run more efficiently by focusing on your transverse plane.