Periodic Table of Running Drills
You were born to run. Nature designed you to be one of the most efficient running machines on this planet. Running strengthens your bones and muscles, promotes weight loss, improves your cardiovascular fitness, and reduces your risk to all types of ailments such as heart attack, stroke, cancer, and cardiovascular disease.
You can run practically anywhere without a gym or expensive equipment. The Periodic Table of Running Drills is the running manual nature forget to include with your body. These exercises and drills will teach you to run efficiently, effortlessly, faster, and further with less discomfort and no injuries.
The Table begins with dynamic warm-ups which will prepare you muscles, joints, and ligaments for running. Next are Running Fundamental drills which will teach you correct posture and breathing so you run efficiently the way Nature intended. ABC (Agility, Balance, and Coordination) drills will improve your athletic and running ability. Running Workouts will give you variety in your runs to keep things fresh and never boring. Power Running will take your technique to the next level. You will run faster and further with more power and endurance. Strength and Conditioning is our short list of bodyweight exercises just for runners. These will level up your running physique. Finally Cool Down will help your muscles recover from exercise and keep them limber. Click on any illustration for a quick coaching video on that exercise.
All of these exercises are in Running Stack 52 cards (available in our store or on Amazon.com). We hope you enjoy this infograph and spend some time becoming a better runner. We spent many hours putting this together, so please share it! You might also enjoy the Periodic Table of Bodyweight Exercises, the Periodic Table of Suspension (TRX) Exercises, the Periodic Table of Dumbbell Exercises, the Periodic Table of Kettlebell Exercises, the Periodic Table of Exercise Ball Exercises, the Periodic Table of Resistance Band Exercises, the Periodic Table of Stretching Exercises, or the Periodic Table of Yoga Poses.