Engage in a Range of Physical Activities to be a Better Runner
Be a Better Runner
Running engages our muscles like the core, quadriceps, hamstrings, hips, back and shoulders. In order to strengthen these muscles, there are plenty of low-impact exercises available to improve speed, stability and endurance.
Cycling, swimming, and strength training are just some of exercises you can try. Your joints are subjected to high impact while running, so these activities are a great way to give it a rest on non-running days.
Your improved posture can even lower your risk for injuries.
Find out more. “How to become a better runner”
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