Strength Training For Runners Strong Core and Glutes

It’s essential to improve core and hip strength for athletic activities and day to day tasks. Strong core and glutes are the foundation for avoiding chronic injuries and pain free running. This is a great non-weight bearing exercise to work on core and hip strength. It doesn’t cause load on your knees or hips and is a safe exercise to become really strong.   Check out the video below….

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  • Andi

    not just for runners… 😀

  • Hmm!! Never tried this! Nice bit of information. Thanks for sharing 🙂

  • I have one of these balls and never use it….. I must get it out again now I have watched your video, thanks

  • Wow! Superb exercise. Is this possible for people at their 40’s?

  • Nathaniel Kidd

    This is a good exercise to use with just that ball. I like the fact that your exercises are not bad on our knees and other joints.

  • Love this kind of exercise; core and hip strengthening. More to it to do this program.

  • These exercises look like they’ll help me recover from my C section, once I get clearance to exercise that is.

  • Gosh, this looks really effective!

  • I do know that the ball is a great way to work on the abs.

  • A strong core and glutes can really power your run .

  • I’m not a runner myself but I’m sure this can benefit me as well. Now if only I had a ball. Haha!

  • Excellent workout for your core, improving strength and balance. Thanks so much!

  • We have this ball in my mom’s house. I would like to try this!!

  • I like that the exercise is simple enough to be done at home. Too bad my doctor forbids me to do any strenuous exercise as of the moment due to my gun shot wound. I’ll keep this in mind though, para pag pwede ko nagawin ang laki na ng na gain ko e

  • This looks hard for me..LOL! But I think I could do this.

  • These look challenging, but I’m sure the exercise ball makes it a whole lot more effective.