Core Strength: A Runners’ Secret Weapon

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If you’re a runner, there’s a good chance you’re working toward some kind of goal that requires you to run A) farther, B) faster, C) without getting hurt, or D) some combination of at least two of the three.

You’ve researched training plans, logged miles and worked through minor aches and pains only to find that your results don’t feel proportional to the amount of effort you’re investing. Sound familiar?

We know that strong core is important – but most of us aren’t sure what exactly that means, which exercises to do or how often to do them.

We’re here to help!

Join me and my friend, Al Painter of Integrate Performance Fitness, on June 4 for a special workshop just for runners – if you’re reading this, that means YOU, but register now to save your spot because we’ve only got 30 seats available.

What: Live Zoom workshop + workout

When: Thurs, June 4, 6-7pm PDT

How: Click here to register

Cost: FREE!

Details:
Ditch the crunches, and get off the floor to work your core!

The core is a runner’s secret weapon for speed and efficiency, but for most runners it’s one of our weakest links.

Think of it this way – you can only put out the amount of power your joint stability allows; picture trying to shoot a cannon out of canoe.

Led by fitness industry veterans (Al Painter, training endurance athletes for 19 years & Jennifer Hellickson, 25 years’ experience running, competing & coaching), this live workshop + workout will focus on fundamentals of core strength – specifically for runners.

Wear comfy clothes and come ready to move. Bonus: You’ll leave with a free two-week core strength and running conditioning program to help you get started!

Click here to register & reserve your spot. Limited to the first 30 attendees.

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