If you’ve been doing the same strength work for months or years, it might be time to start bumping things up to maximize benefit.
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Whether you're a beginner or training for your 100th trail race, we've got a plan for every experience level and race distance.
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Barre, the strength training regimen derived from ballet, could be your key to improved stability and injury prevention on the trail.
Integrating strength work into your training can be confusing. Here's an 8-week, full-body program that removes all the guesswork.
Here it is — the ultimate bodyweight workout — with nary a squat, lunge or plyometric in sight!
Strength training can be intimidating if you don't know where to start, but once you get into it you'll find it's so empowering.
This total-body strength workout is ideal for trail runners of all levels. Start with one round and work your way up to two to three sets.
Running requires your limbs to act independently, so it makes sense to strengthen them independently.