Strength & Cross Training Advice

What to do if your feet turn out while running

Splayed feet? Duck feet? If you're out-toeing during your walk or run, don’t worry – you’re not alone!

Running Flexibility and Strength for Seniors

Maintaining flexibility and strength over 50 improves overall physical performance, improves posture and decreases the risk of injury.

Glute Strengthening Exercises for Runners

Your glutes are your running powerhouse. Strengthening them is crucial for holding good running form, improving performance and helping prevent injury.

Cross Training for Runners

Cross training is a great way to strengthen the muscle groups that either don't get a workout when running or are subject to fatigue in distance running.

The Importance of Core Strength for Runners

A strong core protects against knee and ankle injuries, hip and lower back pain, as well as lessening over-pronation.

Single Leg Exercises for Runners

Single leg exercises are where only one leg touches the ground and the other is held off the ground, for example: Single leg deadlift and single leg squat.

Basic Plyometrics for Runners

Watch now: the best 2-minute plyometrics exercises for runners. Improve your speed, strength, power, change of direction, balance and bone density.

Strong Calves for Running

Incorporating lower body exercises, especially ones targeting your gastrocnemius and soleus, is the best way to strengthen your muscles.

Strong Knees for Running

Introducing strengthening exercises to our training routine can prevent or minimise the risk of a knee injury. It’s also helpful for recurring knee pain.

Best Home Workout Exercises for Running

Want to supplement your running fitness whilst staying indoors? Save on gym membership with these home workout tips and videos.

Circuit Training for Runners

What is circuit training? How will it improve your running? What are 'core' muscles?

Hamstrings and Running

The hamstrings are located at the back of the thigh and form three muscles connecting your knee and hip joints

Upper Body Strength for Runners

Runners tend to focus primarily on the strength of the lower body, forgetting that the back, core and arms need some attention too.

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