There are many myths about strength training. People, especially females tend to stay clear of anything that involves lifting weights, with the belief that they will gain muscles to make Arnold Schwarzenegger proud. Let’s cast aside that myth and explain why it is beneficial to every runner (and non – runner too!).
The best way to embark on a running programme or continue as a runner, is to improve the functioning and dynamics of the body. Strength training isn’t just about lifting a heavy weight using one single muscle group, it’s about working the body as a whole to increase power and balance. Fundamental factors used in running! Conditioning and strengthening our muscles improves our running ability and helps prevent injuries.
This is a must for you if you’re keen to start running and a must if you are already in training or enjoy running. If you have mats please bring them, if not they’ll be some spare.
Where: Hove Lawns. Far end, between the bottom of fourth and third avenue.
Trainer: Kate. 07702983744
£5 drop in. Please comment if you are joining us.