We are going through some uncertain and dangerous times. With that being said, we are really fortunate that running requires minimal equipment and can be completed on your own terms. As much as I want these resources to help supplement your running throughout the duration of the Coronavirus shutdown, in reality, they should last the test of time. That’s because the basics will always be the basics regardless of the situation. Therefore, I hope the following resources help guide you in achieving your most audacious running and fitness goals. You deserve it!
In this article, I will provide videos with a downloadable PDF covering the following areas…
- 15-Minute Core Training Routine
- 15-Minute Mobility Routine
- Pre-Run Dynamic Warm-Up
- Home Strength Training Routine: Day 1
- Home Strength Training Routine: Day 2
It’s my recommendation that you think more closely about which areas you might be neglecting and use these resources to guide you towards a better understanding and more consistency moving forward. Of course, these are NOT designed to rehabilitate from injury or treat pain but serve as the framework for healthy runners trying to improve performance and reduce the likelihood of injury. If you have more individualized needs, click here to contact me regarding the Healthy Running Program.
Let’s get started…
15-Minute Core Training Routine for Runners
Click here to download the 15-Minute Core Training Routine for Runners PDF!
15-Minute Mobility Routine for Runners
Click here to download the 15-Minute Mobility Routine for Runners PDF!
Pre-Run Dynamic Warm-Up Routine
Click here to download the Pre-Run Dynamic Warm-Up Routine PDF!
Home Strength Training Routine for Runners: Day 1
Click here to download the Home Strength Training Routine for Runners: Day 1 PDF!
Home Strength Training Routine for Runners: Day 2
Click here to download the Home Strength Training Routine for Runners: Day 2 PDF!
Thank you for taking the time to view and download these resources. Of course, everything covered above is a general recommendation that should fit a variety of situations. It’s always recommended to incorporate an individualized functional movement program to see the best results in a safe and effective way. Click here to learn more about the Healthy Running Program and let’s cut through the noise and uncertainty to get you the results you deserve, guaranteed!
By: Garrett McLaughlin, MS, ATC, CSCS, ART