Runners: What is Core Stability and why does it matter?

If you're a runner who wants to avoid an injury or is coming back from one, listen up! This is for you!

The words "core stability" are thrown around a lot in training circles, physical therapy clinics, and in online programs.

It's unfortunate that so much of what is said about what it is, and why it matters, is flat out, WRONG. 

If you're a runner who'd like to get OUT of an injury cycle or avoid an injury in the future, this is important stuff.  A stable core is your foundation for everything that comes later in terms of your fitness.

It's one important element (arguably THE most important) to running injury free and faster and farther.

Want to know more?

Well, you're in luck. 🙂 I put this video together for the inside of my new program, “Restore Your Core Stability and Strength.”

In it I give you a bird’s eye view of stability, energy leak, and injury risk in action.  In real time, side by side.  

If you're unsure what instability looks like (or the opposite - a runner that's really solid), go ahead and CLICK on the image below to check out the video!  (Just in case the image link doesn't work, CLICK HERE for the direct link).

When you’re done watching this, you’ll know exactly what I’m talking about!

Let's look at these runners and see which are stable and which aren't. Will you be able to guess?

To your success,
Al

PS: If you're not following me on Instagram, pursuitathlete is my IG handle. I plan on continuing to share more cool training ideas and concepts in the future.

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