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runwithjill.com Side lunges help strengthen inner thigh muscles and improve leg strength for better running performance.

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The final video in the series is Leg Circuit #2, a simple leg circuit that uses many of the exercises in Leg Circuit #1. Also included in this video is an example of a simple plyometric exercise for runners, Rocket Jumps (aka Squat Jumps).

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General Strength exercises for runners. Part one includes the Pedestal Routine and the Myrtl routine. These two routines should be done following your running workout.

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Circuit workouts are a great way to get in an intense workout without a lot of running volume. Before watching this video you should watch our video with the rationale for circuits. This circuit shows four sets of four exercises. You will run either 300m or 700m as your repetition, do the first four exercises, then run another 300m or 700m, then move on the second four exercises. Enjoy!

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This simple routine of five skipping exercises can and should be done prior to intense track workouts and/or races. To learn more about how these fives skipping exercises fit into a warm-up read this article from RunningTimes.com

runningtimes.com/Article.aspx?ArticleID=15924

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Circuit workouts are a great way to get in an intense workout without a lot of running volume. Before watching this video you should watch our video with the rationale for circuits. This circuit shows four sets of four exercises. You will run either 300m or 700m as your repetition, do the first four exercises, then run another 300m or 700m, then move on the second four exercises. Enjoy!

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Circuit workouts are a great way to get in an intense workout without a lot of running volume. Before watching this video you should watch our video with the rationale for circuits. This circuit shows four sets of four exercises. You will run either 300m or 700m as your repetition, do the first four exercises, then run another 300m or 700m, then move on the second four exercises. Enjoy!

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Test Video shot with the Canon 5D mkii

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