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The key to a strong runner is a strong lower body and core. A strong core helps prevent injury makes you a more efficient runner and potentially a faster runner.
The exercise below if carried out regularly with help improve your lower body strength.
Assume the press up position but with your forearms on the floor. Your body should be in a straight line from head to your heels. Pull in your abs and tense your glutes, hold until you can no longer maintain form. Try to do at least two sets per day.
A stronger core, quads and upper body leads
an improved running form.