Does running give you desperately needed alone time? Just you, the road in front, and your thoughts. Or perhaps running is an essential socialising time for you?
The freedom of heading out the door and running for as long as you want, whether it’s around the block and back or an ultra-marathon. It’s become a routine that you don’t have to think about. You put your kit on, pull on your trainers and you’re off!
No work. No responsibilities. No one else’s agenda.
But have you noticed those running niggles aren’t going away? Or perhaps you’ve even picked up a running injury or two that meant you couldn’t run for a while? And you hate it! You need your running time. You need to be able to run with no niggles.
Pain is your body’s way of telling you that, while you are trying your best to stay fit and healthy, your body is not happy.
That the aches and pains won’t go away on their own.
That your body is craving to be supported if you want to carry on running.
The good news is, strength-training can help you give your body the support it needs to maintain your running habit.
But you knew that already, didn’t you!
So why aren’t you doing it?
Let me guess… lack of time? You can’t possibly find time for another fitness activity!
I meet so many runners like you who want to build strength training into their routine so they can enjoy their running, pain-free. But they don’t know how to fit it into their day