Running is basically hopping from foot to foot for miles and miles. Therefore, it is important to build solid balance in your pelvis so you don’t have to balance yourself every time you take a step when running. When your pelvis is stabilized, your entire body, gait and stride become more stable too. Make sure your form with double leg exercises (squats, deadlifts, bridges, etc.) is perfect before you take on the challenge of single leg exercises. Below is a good mix of single limb exercises:
Single leg Hip Lift
Bring one knee to your chest while pushing through the ground with your heel of the other leg to raise your hips.
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