Wednesday 18th January. Become a conditioned runner and avoid injuries in your training.

Strength training to stay injury-free

Running injuries can be avoided if you strengthen, condition and stretch during the course of a training schedule. There’s no benefit to overlooking this part of training, or leaving it to days before a big event, such as a half or full marathon. For runners, muscular strength and efficiency are essential for maintaining the posture and joint ranges of motion associated with proper running techniques. This session will give you the opportunity to use equipment such as kettlebells to enhance your conditioning work and challenge your muscles.

As tempting is it may be to put the training in but fail to stretch, you will suffer with muscle soreness which could lead to injury. We will show you how to stretch safely before and after your workout. Combined with the regular conditioning work, your body will be protected from the rigours of the road.

Where: Hove Lawns (opposite the bottom of 3rd and 4th Avenue)

Time: 7:30pm

Trainer: Kate 07702983744

Please comment if you are joining us.

If you have gloves with some grip please wear them for kettlebell work.

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11 responses to “Wednesday 18th January. Become a conditioned runner and avoid injuries in your training.

  1. Will be there! 🙂

  2. Sounds good, I’ll be there. Suzanne

  3. Will be there!

  4. See you there, Sue

  5. I’m coming! Lucy

  6. I’ll be there!

  7. See you there!

  8. I’ll be there
    Jenny

  9. Going to have to back out! Been ill and don’t want to make it worse….. Have fun with those kettlebells!

  10. I’ll be there, hopefully won’t get lost this time!

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