Pilates Workout For Runners

Do this 20-minute Pilates workout to boost your strength and improve your posture

Pilates is all about activation and alignment. This workout, by PT and celebrity trainer Sam Eastwood, integrates five moves that will fire up your core, glutes, quads and triceps, improving strength in these areas, while helping you to achieve a more aligned running posture. It will also help you to lubricate your joints, increase your range of motion and improve your balance, overall helping you to becoming a freer, stronger and more efficient runner.

Do each move for 50 seconds with a 10-second break and then repeat four times. If you want to work harder, add additional reps. The workout should take around 20 minutes.

For more training advice and workouts from Sam Eastwood, visit sameastwood.com.


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