We are in the midst of creating a post-run routine for young, old, fast, and middle-of-the-packers. This is merely a preliminary list, and we would like to know if you think we are missing anything that works well for you.
As we have mentioned on numerous occasions, the ideal training day would be to run a Long Run in the morning, a tempo at lunch, and an interval session before dinner. Unfortunately, we cannot recover fast enough from a hard session to adhere to such a routine. The following exercises will help you recover faster so you can workout harder the next time you head out the door.
– Heel Walks
– Walk-Aparts with Band
– Deep Squats
– Kick Backs with Band
– Eccentric Calf Raises
– Reverse Plank
– Simple upper body exercises
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About the Author: Brandon Laan is a runner, coach, and entrepreneur. He spent his undergraduate days at The University of Western Ontario where he captained the Cross Country Team before fleeing to Hawaii Pacific University for graduate school. He is a Level II Certified USATF coach and holds personal bests of 1:06 and 2:21 in the Half Marathon and Marathon respectively. He also enjoys running to eat, not eating to run…and always will.