Foot strength is a critical component of running. In last week’s post, we tackled three exercises for developing strength and balance. In today’s post we take this topic to the next level. The exercises in today’s video are more dynamic in nature and develop quickness and proprioception. During normal running speeds, the foot is typically on the ground between .1 – .2 seconds during each stride. There is a lot that needs to happen during that fraction of a second, and today’s video will help you develop the strength, balance, and quickness needed to make you a more efficient runner.
Please pass this along to someone who may benefit, and leave comments on the blog or on youtube to let me know how well they work for you. Enjoy!