Strength Exercise for Better Run Form


Most runners think their run form is all about their stride — but it’s so much more.

Even the most minor changes will shift how you use your muscles, tendons, and bones.

That’s why any changes to your stride need to be supported by the anatomy.

The best place to start?
The core, glutes, and balance.

The exercise below targets all three in one movement. Plus, it can be added easily into any warm-up or cool-down routine.

Give 10 to 20 reps a try on each side, and see how you do!

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