– to 12 o’clock – with your right foot, lowering yourself into a lunge position. Return to the standing position. Keeping your supporting leg in the same position, lunge forward again, this time diagonally to 1 o’clock. Repeat the lunge to 2 o
would find it hard to credit anything other than our thighs. And for good reason. The muscles that make up our upper legs drive our running – whether we’re sprinting for 100 yards or battling our way through 26.2 miles. Run enough hills and you
. Don’t worry –the moves outlined below are easy to do anywhere and should make a real difference to the foot and ankle strength and mobility of any runner.The Monopoly Game Put 10 small objects – such as marbles or Monopoly pieces – on the floor
You might be able to run through a tight hamstring or a sore quad, but an injured foot or ankle usually puts the brakes on a session – and can ruin your entire training season. Our feet and ankles, after all, are the foundation of our sport. When they are working well, they allow...
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