Did you just start running?
Well in this blog post, I’m going to share with you some simple core exercises that you can do at home to help improve your running skills
Strength and conditioning outside running is one of the most common things that is overlooked by many runners. To help you improve your speed and endurance, as well as the longevity of the sports that you like.
I cannot emphasize enough how important strength training is for running. Adding strength and conditioning exercise to your routine, even one or two times per week, can actually be very beneficial to your training—it can help prevent injuries and help to build up the efficiency of your running.
I’m going to share with you some of the exercises that I normally start off with for most runners that come into my clinic. Doing these exercises, you will be able to significantly improve the efficiency of your running.
Keeping in mind, these tips and advice are of general nature and do not take your injuries/history into considerations. If you are experiencing any pain or would like an individualised tailored program to help improve your running, I highly recommend you speak to any one of your physiotherapists to guide you through your running journey.
Here at Capital Physiotherapy, our physiotherapists are the experts in helping you to fix your issues as well as all the discomfort that comes with it!
We can help you lead a healthier and pain free lifestyle.
Our physiotherapist will be able to give a full assessment on you and come out with individualised advice/ treatment plan that is tailored for your particular needs.
At Capital Physiotherapy, your initial appointment is 40-60minutes long. This allows our physios to be thorough in their assessment, as well as giving them enough time to give you treatment on the same consultation!