Are you ready to run stronger?
$27 (digital download delivered electronically)
In 9 weeks, you could be a stronger runner with this 3 day per week lower body strength training program designed specifically for runners that will show you how to:
- Significantly increase your leg strength, glute power & core stability
- Improve your stride for faster, more efficient running
- Work your hips and legs all the way around — building 360 degrees of functional strength
- Reach your goals in less time
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What if I’m new to strength training? No problem. You’ll get high quality images of each exercise as well as detailed instructions on what to do and things to watch out for in terms of form faults. Everything I put in this program is super effective, but also simple enough for strength newbies to grasp.
What equipment does the program call for? In creating this program, I used a barbell, a stability ball, a bench or chair, a mini band, a resistance band, dumbbells, and a kettlebell. All basic stuff that’s available in most gyms.
What if I don’t have access to the equipment used in the demo photos? No worries. Feel free to sub out dumbbells, kettlebells, or barbells based on what you do have access to. If you don’t have some mini bands and/or or a resistance band, I highly recommend that you get some. These bands are so versatile and are absolutely critical for athletes to own because of what you can do with them to build strength from the comfort of your own home and even while traveling. I create and release workouts all the time that use these types of bands so you’ll get a ton of mileage out of them just by spending a few bucks. Here are the bands I swear by: Perform Better Mini Exercise Bands and Perform Better Superband Exercise Bands.
How to know how much weight to use? When deciding what weight to use for these workouts, the rule of thumb is this — use a weight that’s heavy enough that the last 2 reps of each move are super challenging for you to maintain proper form. If you’re not fighting to hold form by the end of the prescribed reps, it’s time to up the weight (more weight = more potential for increased lean muscle mass). Don’t skimp on the weights but also don’t sacrifice form — it should be hard but not impossible to stay in proper alignment for those last couple of reps without using momentum or jerky movements.
What if I’m already doing heavy back squats and deadlifts? Keep it up! This program is a great compliment to what you’re already doing. Complete the moves prescribed by this program after your heavier lifts on strength training days.
Is there any on-going individual coaching included in this program? No, this is a DIY program and I’ve provided the tools you’ll need to knock it out on your own. However, if you’d like individual coaching or a personalized and/or expanded strength plan, additional services and online coaching can be purchased separately by emailing me at firstname.lastname@example.org.