Core Running Training Program
Run Stronger, Run Faster, Stay Injury Free
If you're like me you love to run and want to do it as much as you can.
There's just one problem; up to 80% of runners get injured.
Running rocks but injuries suck!
I've been there myself and have worked with hundreds of runners of the last 12 years, many who were getting back into running after getting injured.
I created CoreRunning.com for one simple reason; to help you become a more efficient, stronger, injury-resistant runner.
Think about this for a second. The average runner takes between 1200 to 1500 footstrikes per mile landing with 2 - 4 times their bodyweight with each footstrike.
That's a lot of stress on the muscles, tendons and joints. Your running training program should prepare all your body's systems to take on the stresses of running.
Many runners make the mistake of thinking all they have to do is run to get better or run faster. They run to get fit, when in fact, you need to get fit to run well.
Running more miles will lead to improvements up to a point but after that, you get diminishing returns and increase your risk of injury. Elite runners may be able to handle running 100+ miles per week but most recreational runners will crumple under such heavy mileage.
- Strength & stability
- Running technique
- Flexibility and mobility
If your current training program ignores teaching you good running technique or proper strength and flexibility exercises then you're setting yourself up to get injured.
The Core Running method shows you how to develop a powerful, efficient running technique. It will teach you running drills and exercises to get stronger, develop greater flexibility and build a rock solid core so you can enjoy your running more. It will help you avoid time off due to injuries.
There's a lot of great information on my website but the best way to get started is to sign up for my 10 day mini-course on how to improve your running.
Don't let injuries or sub-par performance take away from your joy of running.
Use my advice then lace up those shoes and get out there for an epic run as a stronger, more relaxed runner.
Run healthy, run strong!
Curb Ivanic, MS, CSCS
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