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Become a Faster Runner: Movement Strategies to Increase Your Running Speed (FREE Webinar Replay)

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Become a Faster Runner: Movement Strategies to Increase Your Running Speed (FREE Webinar Replay)

Each and every runner has a goal of running faster. Whether this is to achieve a faster pace or finish the next race with a personal best, speed comes with it a sense of fulfillment. Is getting faster a goal of yours?

As we age year after year, it’s inevitable that running speed will decline if not addressed properly. Instead of continuing to be frustrated and seeing minimal results, I created an entire webinar that reviews the research on running speed and shares a handful of the most impactful exercises that you can start implementing TODAY!

Have you ever heard of the phrase, “If you don’t use it, you lose it?” That’s exactly what happens to the human body if we do not incorporate the appropriate functional movement strategies that match our goals. Speed in particular requires a very unique type of training consisting of strength training and plyometrics. Even then, these strategies must match your individual needs, injury history, and be performed proficiently to see results.

In this FREE webinar replay, what you’ll learn is…

  • The physiological requirements to increase running speed (4:47)
  • Current research on strength training & plyometrics (12:35)
  • The best strength training exercises to get faster (19:43)
  • Which plyometrics help improve quickness & power (37:02)
  • Q&A (54:34)

Click the video below to watch the free webinar replay!


I hope you enjoy this webinar! Comment below or contact me directly if you have any questions or comments regarding the content. And, if you want to implement the best strategies to improve your running, click the programs tab to learn more about the Healthy Running Program.

By: Garrett McLaughlin, MS, ATC, CSCS, ART

Restoring quality back to your life with emphasis on movement and hands-on therapy.

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