When it comes to strength and movement training, too often do we target areas in isolation assuming that stronger individual pieces will translate to better overall performance. This is especially I see when working with runners.
What most runners need to realize is that the body functions as an interconnected unit to stabilize, transmit energy, absorb force, and create efficient movement. You still need to target the individual pieces while also putting them together in a bigger movement pattern. This is especially true when it comes to the foot, core, and breathing.
Recently, I held a FREE 60-minute webinar on the topic of ‘Core Training That Matters – How to Train the Foot, Core, and Breathing to Impact Running Performance.’ Please watch this webinar replay and understand how you can look outside of the traditional “core” to other areas which improve stabilization and alignment of the system. I am confident it will change your thought process on how the smaller pieces should work together in order to maximize performance and reduce your likelihood of injury.
In this FREE webinar replay, what you’ll learn is…
- Understanding the demands of running
- The foot
- The core & breathing
- Isolated drills to address the foot and breathing
- How to tie these individual areas into bigger movement patterns to impact your running
I hope you enjoy this webinar! Comment below or contact me directly if you have any questions or comments regarding this content. And, if you want to implement the best strategies to improve your running, click here to learn more about the Healthy Running Program.
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