February 10, 2016 1 Comment
Dumbbells, kettlebells, exercise bands…what does all of this equipment have to do with running? It turns out, it can mean the difference between running good and running great!
With a bit of resistance training using some light - moderate weights or bands, and even your own body weight makes a huge difference in going further, longer.
Tasha Turnbull of T2 Fitness and our latest BGR! U instructor breaks down why strength training is beneficial to your running game, and at the end of this post, learn how you can incorporate strength training as part of your fitness routine beginning March 1!
These are Tasha’s top reasons you should add strength training to your fitness routine:
Interested in learning more about strength training or ready to take this next step in improving your running game and in turn, your health and fitness level? Sign up for our next BGR! U course, Tone Your Run with Tasha here. Class begins March 1!
*BGR! U was recently named to the first ever #Rodale100, honoring trailblazers positively impacting lives around the world, alongside the literal movers and shakers of the wellness industry, like Nike and Fitbit
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