A strong core is essential for any runner looking to improve their performance and avoid injury. While your core is undoubtedly activated while you run, you also need to do specific core training if you’re looking to maintain proper posture and stability and avoid injury.
You went long and hard on your training session, which means you should spend your Sunday doing what most non-sweat-obsessed people do, which is sleep in, take a bunch of naps, and try to stay as close to the couch as possible – right? Not necessarily. Here’s why.
Do you have your running facts straight or are you holding on to some persistent running myths, keeping you from becoming the best runner you can be? Take this quiz to find out if you’re up to speed on what’s true and which common beliefs are myths, leading you to the wrong track…