If you are a runner, there’s no problem about it: You have strong legs. Which is due to the fact you require and use them in get to propel by yourself ahead and efficiently log miles. Muscular calves and thighs can be a telltale indication that anyone is a runner. But there are far more muscular tissues involved in operating that are generally forgotten about—namely the glutes.
“Many runners neglect power training in general, largely thanks to the misunderstanding that power training will make you sluggish or inefficient,” explains Cameron Yuen, PT, DPT, CSCS, actual physical therapist at Bespoke Therapies