The following movements designed by Motoki Nakamura from Jaco Rehab will help you strengthen your upper body to sustain a proper running posture.
This Hawaiian food staple is one of Sky’s favorite carbohydrate options. It is also one of my favorites because taro is a local root, truly farm-to-table, and it’s high in vitamins, phytonutrients, minerals, and enzymes.
Whether you are a fast, experienced runner or a novice that is just
starting to jog, running drills can do wonders if you just dedicate a few
minutes per week on it
A strong core, gluteus, and shoulders are essential to improving running
stability and preventing lower back and hip injuries.