Core Strengthening: strengthening core muscles could potentially prevent both lumbar and pelvic problems related to running. This program includes some basic core exercises for runners.
Advanced Core Stabilization: strengthening core muscles could potentially prevent both lumbar and pelvic problems related to running. This program includes advanced core exercises for runners.
Knee Strengthening: knee problems such patellofemoral pain, iliotibial band syndrome and patellar tendinopathy are very common in long distance runners. Exercises aiming to strengthen and increase tissue tolerance around the knee, like the 'step down' exercise, can successfully treat such injuries, and even potentially help in preventing them.
Achilles Tendon Strengthening: Achilles tendon problems and shin splints are very common in middle-distance runners. One of the best ways to treat these injuries is to strengthen tendons with the "heel drop" exercise.
Strengthening Foot Muscles: intrinsic foot muscles can be trained in runners with plantar fasciapathy, or those trying to wean off from orthotics.