Improve Marathon & Long-Distance Running Results With Weighted Strength Trainingby DAVIS BROWN PRC Agency
Contrary to widespread opinion, strength training can be great for long-distance runners. If you’re looking to get better results, this new guide is for you!
Fitness Fahrenheit have launched a new strength training fitness guide for runners looking to improve and get better results. The website offers information and tips on exercise, health and nutrition across all areas of the industry.
Fitness Fahrenheit is on online resource for those who have an interest in fitness, training, nutrition and related products. The site is run by Koji Lopez who, after a career as a Marine, has a degree in biochemistry and an interest in the science behind health and fitness.
The site’s new fitness guide is about how strength training can help to boost running performance. It explains that many runners have the misconception that strength training is for those wishing to gain muscle and think that it will slow them down.
But as you’ll see, this is not the case. Far from slowing you down, it is actually an important part of training that can help you to perform to your full potential. No matter the level or style of runner, strength training is vital.
It begins by explaining how strength training complements running before explaining and answering all the various aspects and questions surrounding the training style.
Benefits of strength training to runners include the prevention of injury by strengthening the connective tissues in muscles, improvement of running form, the burning of body fat due to a boosted metabolism, improved running speeds, stronger bones and corrected muscle imbalances.
The next part of the guide provides information on how to start strength training safely, how nutrition and hydration helps to maximize results and common mistakes to avoid.
The in-depth guide then offers advice on the best types of workout available including gym-based training and working out at home. It goes into detail on weights, sets, and frequency of training sessions.
Visit https://fitnessfahrenheit.com/boostrunningstrengthtraining for all the details you need.
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