Runners are notorious for logging mileage or killage, and we encourage you to do so. NOW is the time to add another section to your training log. MOBILITY MINUTES.
Preparation: From Warrior I, open up the arms and walk your rear foot towards the back of the mat. Make sure the rear foot is parallel to the back of Full Article »
Preparation: From Downward Dog, lift the right leg up behind you and sweep the knee to the wrist on the same side. The front heel will rest in front of Full Article »
Preparation: Standing at the front of your mat, step back with your right foot about a leg length or less. Keep the back heel on the ground and point your Full Article »
Preparation: Begin on all fours with palms directly under shoulders, fingers spread wide with middle fingers pointing forward, and feet about 6-8 inches apart.
Preparation: Begin on all fours with the big toes side by side and the knees as wide as the mat.
Preparation: From a Forward Bend, take the right leg back so that the back foot is vertical and the front shin is vertical. Front knee should be directly on top 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 »
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 »