I Completely Swear by This 3-Move Core-Strengthening Sequence
This yoga sequence is simple—but so challenging.
This yoga sequence is simple—but so challenging.
Need to strengthen your core for running? Check out this super simple one-and-done plank workout.
For faster times with fewer miles, try incorporating plyometrics into your training.
Your arms are dropping lower on long runs, or your shoulders are tight and sore afterwards. Sound familiar? This is a problem that can be fixed with this weight training circuit for runners.
Take your strength training game to the next level with this super simple timed workout.
In training plans of athletes who are volume-limited, you’ll often see a pattern: a couple of hours on the elliptical a week. Should you consider the elliptical in your training plan? Here’s why the elliptical might be the fitness machine with the biggest bang for your cross-training training buck.
No, flat abs are not a true indicator of how strong you are.
This November we will plank through the month, one day at a time. Consult your abs. Are they ready? Download our guide and plank along with us.
Your abs are (literally) at the center of everything. Here’s what you need to know to use them smartly and safely during your yoga practice—and the rest of the time, too.
Runners, step away from the standard push-up. Brace for this push-up workout with 8 different variations to keep it interesting.
When short on time, try these bodyweight strength training exercises to give your workout an extra post-run boost.
Learn how to make cross training fun using this Alphabet Workout where every session could be different.
Don't forget to make time in your training for a much-needed strength session.
No set up or equipment required to start strength training today.
Even when you don't have equipment, you can still get in a great workout. Just apply a few simple rules of physics to get more from every move.
Forget having to learn a separate sequence for warm-up, cool-down, or recovery. These 8 poses targeting runners’ most-used muscles will help keep your body happy and injury-free.
Bank these at-home strength-training exercises for when you can't get to the gym.
Not a morning person? Not a problem. In the 5 minutes in between hitting the snooze button, you can set the tone for your entire day.
When you're ready to start moving again but not quite ready for a run, here's how to reconnect with your breath and your body.
Cross-training doesn’t have to be a chore. Remove your running blinders to put a new spin on your training.
The short answer is: Kind of.
There isn't a lot of research into the relationship between yoga and running performance. But it provides a few key elements for runners.
Don't make these mistakes when it comes to band workouts.
The pro runner and 360 YOU mentor opts for the swimming pool on cross-training days.
Atalanta NYC runner Aoibhe Richardson gives her best cross-training advice.
We love using resistance bands for their versatility, effectiveness, and portability.
A look at all the muscles that make up your core and how you can start to strengthen them.
Give your trunk the strength and stability it needs to run pain free.
If you're looking for a low-impact option that still delivers on intensity, a StairMaster workout is the way to go.
Integrating strength work into your training can be confusing. Here's an 8-week, full-body program that removes all the guesswork.
Runners should rely on props and modifications to make these yoga poses work for them.
These moves will do more than just increase your strength.
It can be difficult to figure out how to work cross-training into your running schedule. These tips will help.
Building strength doesn't have to mean lifting weights.
Use the vertical climbing machine to increase fitness, improve form, and increase strength, all in your own home without heavy impact.
If you’re prone to running injury, “gluteal amnesia” may be the cause. Here are a few moves to switch on those important muscles.
Weakness in hip adductor muscles can cause knee injuries. Do these five exercises to run strong and healthy.
Try incorporating these moves into your weekly workouts.
This total-body strength workout is ideal for runners of all levels. Start with one round and work your way up to two to three sets.
There are better ways to build a strong core.
These six exercises will help wake up and strengthen your ever-important glute muscles.
This quick and easy exercise works your glutes, hamstrings, quads, and calves.
These pre-run stretches help counteract the muscular tension that always seems to accompany your workout—no matter your pace.
Yoga can help ease your pandemic-related anxiety—and teach you how to better cope with everyday stressors.
What it feels like to train like the GOAT—no bike or tread needed.
Ditch the heavy weights and focus on some micro exercises that can deliver huge benefits.
A runner and former hurdler created ELXR Yoga to combine athleticism, alignment, mindfulness, and motivation.
Strength training can be intimidating if you don't know where to start, but once you get into it you'll find it's so empowering.
Use these moves to start strong and stay flexible in your early pregnancy.
Yoga can help relieve your sciatica symptoms—and improve your mental outlook when you're faced with that persistent pain.
Think you can run and call it done? Think again.
Sit-ups are one of the least effective ways to strengthen the core.
If you're feeling tired yet still wired at the end of the day, this gentle yoga sequence can help you get a good night's sleep.
In addition to being straight-up impressive, this one exercise will help you move and run more efficiently.
These creative spins on the tabletop yoga move can help you access your deepest ab muscles, which are essential to building core stability.
Research shows that just five minutes of jumping rope before a run can make you a faster runner.
The benefits of building core strength go beyond the abs.
Strength and running coach Nell Rojas shares her favorite go-to strength workout.
This sequence will help moms rebuild their pelvic floor and core strength so they can (quite literally) hit the ground running.
No matter how experienced you are with swimming as cross-training, you can always get better—and these workouts can help.
New to strength training? Harness the power of your own bodyweight to build practical strength that will help you become a better runner.
These yoga poses gently massage your digestive tract, so you can bid farewell to constipation.
This next-level dumbbell circuit will help improve core mobility and build a more efficient, powerful stride.
Simulate the aerobic benefits of running without adding more wear and tear to your body.
Forget six-pack abs. Build a rock-solid core tailored to the demands of running.
Running is really just hopping from one leg to the other. Working on your balance will lead to better performance.
Stretch and soothe these important muscles with classic yoga poses.
Planks are key for building core strength and stability, which help you run stronger longer. These simple tips make a big impact.
What is plyometric training and how can it benefit you?
Build a stronger foundation by sprinkling these moves into your regular strength training routine.
What percentage of your running volume can you replace with other types of exercise and not have to adjust your goals?
Strength training is key for runners of all types. Try these exercises to get started and be ready to tackle any terrain.
Whether you’re sticking to sidewalks or braving the sand, here’s what you need to know to avoid injury on the most common running surfaces.
Running requires your limbs to act independently, so it makes sense to strengthen them independently.
Why step-ups make you a more powerful runner, techniques and tips for how to do them, and two sample workouts.
Why runners should add indoor cycling to their training and proven workouts to build strength and speed.
Young runners are opting out of the gym sessions in favor of other, more fun cardio activities.
Runners who stopped their strength training retained the benefits for four weeks, and got faster.
Doing the work of even the smallest maintenance exercises does wonders for both body and mind.