This unconventional maneuver reinforces the tenets of good posture and core strength.
Strength training should not be ignored, so here are four good ways to build some running-specific strength.
One of ultrarunning's most accomplished stars shares his philosophy on long runs, strength training, improving your technical skill set and
How you perform a pushup reveals a lot about how you run.
The stability ball roll out will teach your core to resist over-extension and support your entire body.
The kettlebell swing is a great exercise to teach runners how to develop explosive power while strengthening the hamstrings, glutes and
Stop everything you’re doing and take note of your posture at this very moment. There’s a good chance you are slouched a little,
Get the most of your time and effort with these two tips.
Forget crunches. They’re not specific enough to running. Do these moves instead.
Build some strength with these 12 exercises featured in Pete Magill's book, "Build Your Running Body."