23 Jul '16, 6am

Run Lean Run Strong: All you need to know about nutrition, strength training, injury prevention & weight loss.

If you truly want to become a good runner, it is time to move away from solely focusing on training runs and instead incorporate strength training – whether at the gym or in your home using free weight workouts to boost your running performance as well as minimize the risk of injuries. The goal is not bulk up with muscle; instead, we want to develop your strength in a more balanced and comprehensive way so you eliminate your weak areas and allow all of the essential parts to work together in sync.

Full article: http://www.runningshoesguru.com/runlean/?hop=chardhans

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