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It's All in the Hips

It's All in the Hips-Running hip balance

"Core and hips are where every runner should be starting if they are really concerned with optimizing their form, maximizing their speed and minimizing injury potential." says David McHenry, physical therapist and strength coach.

It's All in the Hips

Foot strike, the darling of minimalism, is overrated. Good form starts with the pelvis and the glutes.

3 Drills to Improve Running Form, Stride and Speed

3 Drills to Improve Running Stride and Speed

Studies from world renowned researcher Patrick Mckeown found a simple nasal breathing trick WHILE in the lactic threshold, to be the best way to increase nitric oxide levels and strengthen blood flow NATURALLY.

illustration of woman running with good form

Should You Work on Your Form?

A more effective stride takes hard work and focus.

Hip Strengthening and Mobility Exercises for Runners - I'd add/modify a few but all runners should look at these! Love, your PT friend

Hip Strengthening and Mobility Exercises for Runners

Hip Strengthening and Mobility Exercises for Runners-Most knee pain, IT band injuries and other woes are caused by overly tight hip flexors, and weak stabilizing muscles. These eight exercises and stretches can correct these problems.

IT Band or Patellofemoral problems? Strengthening your hip abductors may be the key to injury-free running. Here's the why and how to strengthen your Gluteus medius #hipstrength

Hip Strengthening for Runners

IT Band or Patellofemoral problems? Strengthening your hip abductors may be the key to injury-free running. Here's the why and how to strengthen your Gluteus medius hip problems articles

Good running form happens on the roads, of course. But there are simple exercises you can do before and after you run to improve body awareness, strength, and flexibility that will carry over to a smooth, efficient running stride. Glutes The glute muscles generate the force that enables you to run. If they are not firing properly, other muscles will pitch in. But over miles and miles, those compensating muscles can become overloaded, exhausted, and, eventually, injured.

6 Exercises to Improve Running Form

Good running form happens on the roads, of course. But there are simple exercises you can do before and after you run to improve body awareness, strength, and flexibility that will carry over to a smooth, efficient running stride.

Strengthening, Not Stretching, to Deal With ITB (IT-Band Syndrome)

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Strengthening, Not Stretching, to Deal With Iliotibial Band Syndrome (a common source of knee pain)

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The Perfect Form-healthy running form

Proper running form

I& constantly paranoid about my running form. I need to hit up a cross-country coach or something to check and make sure it& right.

How to Make #Running Feel Easier, Instantly! reread prior to half & marathon races to prevent back injuries

4 Tips to Make Your Next Run Better

4 Tips That Will Make Running Easier - March Running Goal! I think I'm going to start running

How to Return to Training After Time Off - Women's Running Community - WRC www.womensrunningcommunity.com

How to Return to Training After Time Off

How to Return to Training After Time Off - Women's Running Community - WRC www.

Functional Form: 4 Fixes to Improve Your Running Mechanics - Competitor.com

Without taking away from the value of 10 minutes of slow or fast running, Matt Fitzgerald argues that the best way to allocate 10 minutes is to perform a short plyometrics workout.

How to Run Downhill

How To Run Downhill

Although running uphill may leave you breathless, going downhill is physically more damaging to your body if you don& apply proper technique and strong form.

How to Run (SAFER, FASTER, WITHOUT PAIN!) - YouTube

Principles of Natural Running with Dr.

Build some strength with these 12 exercises featured in Pete Magill's book, "Build Your Running Body."

Build some strength with these 12 exercises featured in Pete Magills book, Build Your Running Body.