Before we get to the meat of this post, I was hoping you would take a minute and send thoughts and/or prayers for my friend Kim tonight or tomorrow morning. She will be having surgery on her knee Thursday morning. Thank you!
I am dedicating each week this month to healthier living (as if I don’t already do that), but with a focus on different areas of health each week. This week I have dedicated to running for beginners and for those who have been running forever. Next week is clean eating with a guest blog post from The Clean Eating Geek!
Tomorrow’s post will be from Jen The Marathon Mom. Jen is a RRCA certified run coach and NASM certified personal trainer working with both in person and virtually training clients of all levels to complete their first 5K or set a PR at a marathon, and she has a great post for us beginning runners and experienced runners tomorrow. Obviously, I’ve had a sneak peek at her post, and I’m taking every bit of information and applying it to my running. I know it will help me a ton. By the way, I know I’m being a total snot for baiting you like this .
Today’s workout is designed to give you strong running legs, or just strong legs in general. I have taken the exercises Jill Conyers gave us on Monday and put them into a workout along with some other great leg strengthening exercises. For this workout you will be doing supersets. Each superset consists of 2 exercises. Do 3 sets of each super set before moving on to the next (each superset is in a white rectangle). In between each superset is an optional short core exercise section. Remember to stretch after your workout!