HOW: Position yourself lying face down. Bring your arms up to where your elbows are straight out from your shoulder and elbows bent to 90 degrees. Rotate your hands and have your thumbs up. From here, squeeze your shoulder blade muscles lifting your elbows...

HOW: Begin by lying face down on the ground. Bend one knee and bring it out to the side. Place your hands by your side with your elbows bent. From here, use only your arms to push your back up into extension and back...

HOW: Start in a sitting position with your legs straight and slightly spread apart. Your back should be upright and slightly hinged forward at the hips. Extend your arms out to the side straight out from your shoulders. From here, rotate your upper body...

HOW: Stand next to a wall with the leg you want to work closest to the wall. Push the side of your leg into the wall without moving your leg. Use the opposite leg and core muscles to stay upright. Hold that contraction for...

HOW: Begin in a kneeling position next to a wall. The knee that is up should be closest to the wall. Placing your elbow on the wall with your arm bent is the correct distance you should be from the wall. From here, extend...

HOW: Start by facing a wall. Stand as close as you can to it with your feet up against it spread about shoulder width and your toes slightly facing outward. Raise your arms up overhead. Use your core and hip muscles to pull your...

HOW: Begin in the quadruped position. Your hands on the ground underneath your shoulders and your knees on the ground under your hips. Starting with a flat back, create a hump in your back as much as you can by pretending you have a...

HOW: Begin on your hands and knees. Place a slider under one foot. In this position, you will balance on the opposite arm and leg. The wider you are the easier to balance, the more narrow the more challenging this will be. Bring the...

Timestamps: 0:00 Start 0:37 What is a Pelvic Drop? 2:13 Exercises to Fix Your Hip Drop 2:20 Single Leg Hip Dip 3:05 Captain Morgan 4:01 Standing Leg Fire Hydrant 4:44 Putting it All Together Trendelenburg Gait, otherwise referred to as a hip drop or trunk lean are all compensatory movement patterns that may...

Timestamps: 0:00 Start 0:48 Why Strength Training is Important for Runners 2:24 Exercise 1: The Step Variation 3:48 Exercise 2: The Squat Variation 4:41 Exercise 3: The Calf Raise Variation 6:02 Exercise 4: Core Exercise (Hip Flexor) 6:48 Exercise 5: Full Body Exercise 8:20 Conclusion Public Service Announcement For All Runners - you need...

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