Strength For Runners - No Equipment Needed

You love to run! You love being outdoors, but someone told you that you should do some strength training...

But you don't like going to the gym. So how can you get stronger??

Here's how:

Research tells us that runners should complete strength training 2-3x/wk, alongside your running program, to reduce risk of injury.

If you're new to strength training, start with 2x/wk, with 10-15 minutes of strength exercises, using examples I've shown in this video. As you get stronger, you can increase your strength sessions, and add an extra session per week.

If there's something niggling, or a tightness you just can't get past, it might be time to seek a Physiotherapy review, so we can help you understand what's causing your issue, and how to get past it quickly and effectively.

You can book online here:

Aspire Physiotherapy

18 Partridge Street

Glenelg SA 5045

Ph: 8376 8816

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8376 8816

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