Are you neglecting this important—but oft-overlooked—muscle group?
Strength training should not be ignored, so here are four good ways to build some running-specific strength.
The stability ball roll out will teach your core to resist over-extension and support your entire body.
This excellent exercise works the upper body and engages the core, helping improve form while reducing injury risk.
Build some strength with these 12 exercises featured in Pete Magill's book, "Build Your Running Body."
This essential injury-prevention exercise for runners strengthens the hips, engages the hamstrings and gets the glutes firing.
Running fast requires explosiveness and power.
The most functional strength training for an endurance athlete takes place in the vertical position—the same way you run.
T.J. Murphy reports on the transition from traditional LSD running to the CrossFit Endurance approach to training.