By Cindy Kuzma on
You know it's good for your running, it's just finding a way that fits with your routine.
Ramp up your strength work
Building muscle improves your health, reduces injury risk and, according to a review in the journal Sports Medicine, improves your running performance. In 26 studies of endurance athletes, strength-training programmes (either plyometrics or heavy weights) boosted fitness, increased efficiency and reduced runners’ times in 3K and ...