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5 Things Physical Therapists Want Runners to Start Doing Now

Shape.com—April 10, 2017

Shape.com featured tips on preventing running injuries with HSS physical therapist Lauren Alix, PT, DPT, CSCS, SFMA, FMS.

"Running is a series of single-leg hops performed repeatedly," said Alix. "To be a strong runner and reduce your chance of injury, you need to be strong and stable while standing on one leg."

As part of a training routine, Alix advised to "add two sets of ten reps of single-leg Romanian deadlifts to your strength training routine."

Read the full article at Shape.com

 

 

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