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The research is clear, strength training improves running economy, whether that’s running economy or time to exhaustion.
Incorporating strength training into your running routine should be seamless. You do not need to add hours to your current routine to see the benefits that strength training can have on your running. 30 minutes once to twice per week is all you need!
Your journey to running your first 5K or your 10th marathon can come to a quick halt with an injury. It can take weeks to recover and all of your hard work that you put in prior to your injury feels like a waste. Your muscles are the support system to your joints and tendons. By strengthening the musculature around joints, tendons and ligaments, you can reduce the risk for injury and keep you on your feet.
Why you should be strength training?
- Improve cardio-metabolic health. Strength training plays a critical role in preventing chronic diseases such as heart disease and diabetes.
- Increased bone mineral density. Stronger bones help prevent fracture.
- Prevent muscle atrophy, age-related wasting of muscle known as sarcopenia. Strength training allows us to retain and increase our muscle tissue across the lifespan.
- Higher metabolic rate. The more muscle tissue we have, the greater our metabolic rate (the number of calories we expend while we aren’t working out).
- Improve cognitive function, enhance self-esteem, and combat depression.
- Enhance athletic performance. From distance runners to golfers to football players. Proper strength training improves performance and wards off injury.
Discover Strength offers a no-compromise strength training experience. Our time-efficient, science-based workouts are tailored to your exact needs. We are fully committed to providing a five star service experience, guaranteed.
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