AMR Aid Station: Three Hip Stabilizing Moves for Runners (Grab Your Band!)
Last week, we maximized the ones gluteus maximus muscle mass.
This week? We’re hitting the glute medius and minimus, two stabilizing muscle mass that give a contribution to retaining your hips robust and balanced. (When they are no longer so robust and balanced? The six-letter phrase—damage—is a lot more more likely to come a’ calling.)
Yep, it is time for the Fire Hydrant, Clam Shell, and Monster Walk. Ideally, you’ve gotten a resistance band or two you’ll use for those.
Where did the muse for this come? It began with our Return to Running Program + accompanying podcast.
Dimity took a protracted listing of workout routines that Coach Liz Waterstraat put in combination for hip balance and core energy, and broke them into a couple of classes. We will liberate a video each and every week in August; each and every one will receive advantages runners of all ranges, injured or no longer.
The absolute best a part of the movies—but even so a extra solid decrease part? They’re no longer simply demonstrations. They’re the overall exercise, entire with (just about) correct counting of reps.
So snatch a resistance band and play alongside—promise, it is (kinda) a laugh!