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The top exercises that use a resistance band

Have you ever used a theraband before? Let me tell you a little bit about them - because I think they are just awesome!

7 inches of elastic band - looking a lot like a big colored rubberband… They come in different colors and different strengths.

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Pick a color you can control and get ready for a solid workout! From working on muscle activation to post-run strength training, a band is hands-down a good investment.

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One of the exercises I wrote about, and you can find the post here, is glute activation. Since working with Dr. Shane McCann, I’ve been a fanatic about getting stronger glutes. You’ll want to read the entire post because I really went deep into the exact drills/exercises I do that has made a tremendous impact on my running.

Friday’s Action Plan:

Big Events Coming Up:

NJ XC State Championships

Philly Half (Saturday) and Full (Sunday)

What’s Got My Attention:

Article: Inside the Toxic Culture of the Nike Oregon Project 'Cult'

Video: Running Warm Up from Well + Good

Popular Articles on the Blog this Week:

Running Tips for Older Adults

7 Keys to Enjoying Distance Running

Core Exercises for Distance Runners

Quote of the Day:

“Surround yourself with people who believe in you and what you to excel at whatever it is you’re doing.” - Drew Hunter

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Marc is a middle school teacher and coach but also works with distance runners online. I help distance runners around the globe by providing support, writing customized training plans and designing workouts to help them reach their racing goals. I write for my blog every Wednesday morning and newsletter every Friday morning.