When combining weight lifting with running, your main goals are probably strengthening your lower body to prevent injury, running faster and just becoming an overall better runner. Here is a breakdown of the ways that strength training can help you run better!
Defined as running nonstop for at least five miles, long-distance running is a physically and mentally taxing activity that can exhaust even the most experienced athletes. Those who are able to persevere, however, will reap the rewards of better health, which was my motivation this past year while training for the Chicago marathon.
But the mental and physical challenge of running and especially long-distance running is something that I have truly come to love. Running to me is therapeutic and a great way to relieve the stress of my professional career.
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