An essential exercise for the athlete. This is an anti-rotation exercise, focused on increasing stability of your core and pelvic, while ensuring the gluteals are responding properly.
In Silas's previous article he discussed some common running-related injuries of the foot, ankle, and lower leg. Keeping the mechanisms and dysfunctional movement patterns that cause injury to these areas in mind, he now shares ways to effectively strengthening the foot, ankle, and lower leg muscles.
Here are some photos from our day out on the trails in Harriman State Park, NY.
163 Photos from an epic weekend at the 2016 Grindstone 100 Endurance Run, taken by Joe Azze.