Hip strength is the buzz word in running culture, to the point that far too many runners self-diagnose hip weakness. Adopting generic exercises to fix a problem that has not been formally diagnosed may become a fruitless endeavor.
Pronation gets a bad wrap in running stores and running magazines everywhere, but it's actually an important part of healthy walking and running. When does pronation become excessive and what can you do to minimize the effects?
Common running injuries can be fixed and even avoided before they happen if you know what to look for. In this post, part two in the series, learn three more strength imbalances that often lead to injury.