You want to be a stronger runner. You want to go faster. You want to stop that pesky injury from popping up time and time again.
You need strength and mobility training.
After working with hundreds of runners, we created this strength circuit to take the guesswork out of improving your strength as a runner, and to help you run stronger, run faster and avoid injury.
Grab your free guide today, and get our complete strength circuit 1 exercises for runners. No equipment needed! Plus, a free 31 day strength challenge included as a bonus!Yes, Send Me The FREE Strength Guide!
No More Useless Exercises
Developed in combination by a Doctor of Physical Therapy and long-time running coach with countless first place finishes in races of all distances (including a recent first place marathon finish), this guide has 8 of the top exercises that we recommend, so you can avoid wasting time doing exercises that don't have any real benefit to you as a runner.
Simple and To The Point
This guide is a comprehensive download with pictures and instructions (and even a bonus video!) that you can print out and take with you to the gym or wherever you are running. The best part is you won't need to figure out what to do. It's right here for you! Plus, no equipment is needed!
Tested And Proven, Easy to Follow
After working with hundreds of runners, we know what works, and this guide saves you countless hours of testing. Just download, do the exercises, and reap the benefits!
MEET YOUR COACHES
Angie and Kevin Brown
Kevin has been coaching runners of all levels for over 10 years. He is a high school cross country and track coach, so he knows the ins and outs of coaching runners with all abilities safely and effectively. He has led multiple teams to the state meet and coached several state champions. Many of his runners have gone on to run collegiately and some even professionally. He is also a self-coached, elite local runner, with first and second place finishes in marathons, half-marathons, and 5k races.
Angie is a physical therapist with a Doctorate in Physical Therapy. She has been practicing for over 10 years and has helped to rehab hundreds of athletes from injury. She has worked closely with runners on all levels, from recreational runners and high school athletes to college and professional runners, not only to treat injury, but also to design programs to prevent injury and improve strength and speed. As a runner herself, she has successfully integrated running into her own training program in combination with strength training and yoga to create a whole-body wellness approach to her health and fitness.