The Reverse Plank is a tough exercise to master, but well worth the effort. This exercise works your abdominals, glutes, and hamstrings.
The reverse crunch is a simple exercise, yet crucial to creating a strong and functional core for running. You can perform this exercise on the ground or hanging from a Full Article »
This exercise is meant to increase spinal mobility, strengthen the lower and upper back, as well as the glutes.
This may be a different version of the Donkey Whip than you are used to. Nevertheless, we believe this exercise will increase hip mobility and strength as well as core Full Article »
The Back Bridge is a simple, yet incredibly effective means to engaging your glutes and hamstrings. Preparation: Lay on your back with your knees bent and feet flat on the Full Article »
How much attention do you give your butt? While this question is rarely discussed in our running circles, it is a question that deserves much attention. Runners of all calibers Full Article »
Our core (AKA: lumbo-pelvic hip complex) is home to our center of gravity and therefore plays a major role in the neuromuscular efficiency of the entire kinetic chain.
The Lateral Leg raise is a Pilates movement that much like the clams and fire hydrants, engages the glute muscles. This exercise is great if coupled with the kick backs Full Article »
Runners typically have weak gluteus medius muscles, more technically referred to as ‘weak bums’. Clams are a great glute activation exercise.
Fire Hydrants are yet another phenomenal exercise dedicated to glute activation. Keep in mind that a thorough stretch following this exercise is recommended as with any strengthening exercise. Preparation: Begin Full Article »
This colourful and flavourful recipe makes an excellent side dish, and is super easy to make! It can be enjoyed hot or cold. Quinoa is one of the few vegetarian Full Article »
Runners Feed followers! I’m sorry for my absence, hopefully you’re not running to Gucci Mane, Rebecca Black, and Tyga! If you are here is a playlist that will begin a Full Article »