Kick Your Marathon Running Training Into High Gear With Strength Trainingby DAVIS BROWN PRC Agency
Long-distance running is a high-performance sport that's open to participants of all ages and skill levels. If you're preparing to enter a local competition or a marathon in your city, it's essential to follow a training regimen that includes strength training with and without weights.
Fitness Fahrenheit has released the long-distance runner training guide as beginners and athletes around the world enter training for marathon season later in the year. The guide is designed for beginners and intermediate distance runners who look to improve running performance by working out at home or the gym.
The International Journal of Sports Physical Therapy highlights the alarming rate of injury among runners, estimating an annual injury rate of up to 85 percent. The new guide titled "How To Boost Your Running Performance With Strength Training" cites internationally published and peer-reviewed scientific research to back its recommendations.
Comprising 34 sections, the guide covers nutrition and resistance training for runners of all fitness levels. You benefit from advice about what to know before you start lifting and crucial safety tips to avoid injury. Fitness Fahrenheit uses a scientific approach to lifting, emphasizing compound movements, proper form, and quantified nutrition.
Fitness Fahrenheit equips you with the same tips and secrets used by champion runners including Mo Farah, Almaz Ayana, Jordan Hasay, Matthew Centrowitz, Meb Keflezighi, and Molly Huddle.
The workout guide for runners charts a systematic course by which you can lose excess fat, build endurance, tone muscles, and improve running times. The guide offers insight into strength training through bodyweight exercises, free weights, circuit training, and full compound workouts.
Access the new guide Strength training for distance runners at https://fitnessfahrenheit.com/boostrunningstrengthtraining
Learn all you need to know about strength training for middle-distance, long-distance, and marathon running. Fitness Fahrenheit gives you a head start with reliable running workouts and helps you avoid common injuries.
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