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Why Runners Should Be Cross-Training

Cross-Training for Runners

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Why Runners Should Be Cross-Training

Cross-Training for Running - Why Runners Should Cross-Train

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Why Runners Should Be Cross-Training

Whether you're a beginner runner or an experienced marathoner, you can benefit from cross-training. Here's why runners should cross-train and what types of sports they should try.

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Cross Training for Runners

Cross training for runners: What is cross training and why should runners do it? Read all about the benefits of cross training in this post!

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Why Cross Training Workouts Are the Way to Go

Do you cross train? We give you details on why you should try it, along with cross training workouts and a sample cross training program.

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Why You're not Cross Training (and what you can do about it

Rather be running than cross training - which exercises are best for runners

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5 Reasons You Need to Cross Train

Cross training is a very important part of any running or fitness routine. Here are 5 reasons every athlete should cross train

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How Cross Training Can Improve Fitness and Reduce Injury

Cross Training - How Varying your workouts can improve performance and reduce burn-out.

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Cross-Training

Cross-training, sometimes referred to as circuit training, refers to combining exercises of other disciplines, different than that of the athlete in training. In reference to running, cross-training is when a runner trains by doing another kind of fitness workout such as cycling, swimming, a fitness class or strength training, to supplement their running. It builds strength and flexibility in muscles that running doesn't utilize. It prevents injury by correcting muscular imbalances. And the…

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Cross-Training

Cross-training, sometimes referred to as circuit training, refers to combining exercises of other disciplines, different than that of the athlete in training. In reference to running, cross-training is when a runner trains by doing another kind of fitness workout such as cycling, swimming, a fitness class or strength training, to supplement their running. It builds strength and flexibility in muscles that running doesn't utilize. It prevents injury by correcting muscular imbalances. And the…