When buillding and maintaining your running form, it is always good to focus on your whole body, and all aspects of your physiology. By combining workouts with exercises, you will acomplish this. Thereby, you gain form, get stronger and minimize the risk of injury.


Strength training can have huge benefits for runners. For starters, stronger leg muscles can deliver more power when running, while strengthening connective tissues (tendons and ligaments) can make you less prone to injury.


With a stronger core, you’ll be able to maintain a stable upper body, minimizing side-to-side movement – and better hold your form at the end of a race when fatigue sets in and your body begins to tire.


A proper running form will help you run more efficiently. With a good running technique, you’ll conserve energy, run faster and longer distances with less effort, and prevent injury. A good running body posture starts with standing straight and pulling your shoulders gently back – think “tall and proud” and look ahead.

Speed And Agility

Agility training exercises help improve speed, explosive power, coordination, and specific sports skills. From high school to professional sports teams, all athletes can benefit from agility training exercises. Incorporate these drills a few times a week into your training routine to perfect your foot speed and refine your sports technique.


Plyometric training has been shown to be an important part of training a distance runner to recruit muscle fibers most efficiently. Increasing the rate at which muscles can produce force helps improve how oxygen is used to maintain any given speed.


A simple yoga routine loosens tight spots, strengthens weak areas, and makes you a better,l ess injury-prone runner. Yoga is the perfect recovery activity for runners, it relieves soreness and tension in your hardworking muscles and restores range of motion so you can run better the next time you hit the road.


When you run, your lower leg joints and connective tissue tighten. That’s a good thing in terms of strength and running economy, but it’s not so great for your joints and muscles. The more inflexible they are, the more prone you can be to injury.

Stability And Mobility

Mobility is the capacity to actively move a joint through a normal range of motion with efficiency and strength. Passive muscle stretching may be the best way to increase flexibility, but dynamic muscle movements are the most effective means to increase joint mobility and stability.

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