Like your stereotypical infomercial, this week’s STRONG workout is all about buns and abs. You will need: A seat, half foam roller or a low stool A small weight e.g. 2 litre milk or can of food
This full body workout will help with general strength and stability when running. Stay strong. Run happy.
Before hitting the tracks and the trails, get strong in your own living room with this at-home workout for runners! Stay strong. Run happy.
Here’s the first of our weekly STRONG 15-minute, at-home workout videos. Get strong in your own living room before hitting the tracks and the trails! Strong 001: Posterior Chain from TempoFit on Vimeo.
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Runners, get a strong core and injury resistant body with just three 15-minute workouts each week. These videos will guide you through each exercise step-by-step in the comfort of your own home. Core & Conditioning for Runners #1 Core & Conditioning for Runners #2 Core & Conditioning for Runners #3
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