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Band walks are excellent glute strengthening exercises. They can be performed during a warm-up to activate muscles prior to a workout, or if you're new to strength training, they could be used as main exercises. Here are 3 drills that have similar traits but vary slightly in terms of what they do.
The week leading up to a marathon is a critical part of the process. If you get it right, you'll be on the start line feeling fresh, but a major mistake could undo all that hard work. Here are 10 tips to help you ensure that your final preparations go smoothly so that you're raring to go come race day.
With social media, it's nearly impossible to avoid what everyone else is up to. This can be useful if you take motivation from such posts, but it can also be disheartening if you're comparing where you currently are with others. Here, we take a look at the importance of focussing on what you can control.
Over-striding is a common technical flaw I see in runners and is often associated with various injuries particularly at the hip and knee. However, over-striding can also be detrimental to your speed. Here are 3 ways in which it can slow you down as well as some advice on how to rectify the issue.
Towards the end of a marathon programme, you may feel exhausted and wonder how you'll get through 26 miles. It's important to remember there are several things you'll have on race day that you don't have right now. Here are 6 reasons why you should feel confident and positive about the marathon.
Whatever distance event you're training for, it's absolutely essential that you include de-load segments in your programme. Typically a week, they encourage both mental and physical recovery before the next block of training. Here are 4 things to do to ensure you make the most of this time out.