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Revenue with Running Programs Part 9 – Stretching

If your clients are like mine….more and more of them are signing up for running events. This trend is not only wonderful for your clients’ and their health….it can also be an easy way for you to earn extra revenue with a running program! Check out how we operate our running program, set up your own and then use the info in this series to send to your clients to inspire them to join your running program!

Today we will focus on the importance of stretching for runners!

Now send your clients this info and then ask them to join you for YOUR running program!

Last week, we reviewed the importance of running technique and discussed how muscle tightness can affect your running mechanics.  So this week and next, we will focus on various mobility and release techniques to keep you running strong and injury free. Today, I’m going to start with wall stretching which is a very relaxing way to release and since most runners are super tight to begin with, they are more likely to do it since it’s not so painful!

Complete the following stretching program after each run or workout.  Hold each stretch for at least 30 seconds – ideally longer.  And remember, hold each stretch to the point of tension – not pain!

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Lie on your back with your hips close to the wall and your legs positioned straight up against the wall. To make the stretch less intense, move your hips a few inches away from the wall.  To make the stretch more intense, keep your hips positioned right up against the wall and wrap a towel around your feet and lightly pull your legs a few inches away from the wall.  Feel your stretch in the muscles at the back of your upper leg.  Hold this stretch for as long as you feel comfortable – minimum 30 seconds each leg and ideally longer.  Try to relax and breathe in to the stretch.  Feel free to read a magazine or watch T.V. while holding this stretch.  This is a great stretch to do after a run because it assists in the recovery process as blood is flushed from the legs back to the heart.trans Revenue with Running Programs Part 9   Stretching

 

 

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Groin on the wall:

Lie on your back and start with both legs straight up against the wall.  Now slowly separate your legs into a V-position until you feel a light stretch through your groin area.

 

 

 

 

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Hips and Back on the wall:

Lie on your back as if beginning the hamstring stretch starting with both legs straight against the wall.  Now slowly let both legs fall to one side.  Bend the bottom leg and keep the top leg straight.  Turn your head in the opposite direction and reach your opposite arm away for your legs.  Try to feel this stretch through your hips, lightly through your back and your chest.

 

 

 

 

 

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Glutes on the wall:

Lie on your back with your hips positioned further from the wall.  Place one foot on the wall so that the knee bends to 90 degrees.  Now place the other foot onto that thigh.  You should feel a light stretch around the outside edge of your hip.

 

 

 

 

 

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Inner thigh on the wall:

Sit with your back straight up against the wall.  Now bring the soles of your feet together and allow your legs to just drop out to the side. Feel the stretch through your groin.

 

 

 

 

 

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Quadricep:

Lay on your side with your body straight.  Bend the top knee towards your buttock so that you can grab your foot or ankle.  Hold the stretch while pressing your hip forward and your knee slightly back.

 

 

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Hip Flexor: 

Position yourself in a lunge position with your front knee positioned over the front ankle and your back knee positioned comfortably on a mat or towel.  Straighten your spine so your posture is fully erect.  Lightly press the hip forward.  Feel the stretch in the front of the thigh.  To intensify the stretch, keep your body tall, while you you’re your arms to the ceiling and/or rotate your upper body in towards your front knee.

 

 

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Calve stretch:

Stand facing a wall.  Place one leg close to the wall and the other further away.  Keep the heel of the back leg positioned firmly into the floor.  Be sure that both feet face forward.  Feel the stretch in the back calve.  Now move the back foot in a few inches.  Keep the back foot firmly planted into the ground but now slightly bend the back knee and hold the stretch.

 

 

 

 

 

Side stretch:  

Stand sideways to the wall.  Keep your feet 1-2 feet away from the wall.  Now lean your hips into the wall.  You should feel a light stretch on the outside of your leg and hip.  Try this stretch with legs bent and straight.

Upper back stretch:

Place 2-3 pillows on the floor.  Lay on your back over the pillows so that the pillows are at about the level of your shoulder blades.  Extend your arms overhead so they rest on the floor behind you.  You can also do this over an exercise ball.

Low Back Stretch:

Start on all fours, and then slowly sit back onto your heels into child’s pose. Reach your arms forward.

Remember to hold each stretch for at least 30 seconds and remember that light stretching is much better than deep, painful stretching!  It’s also very important to note that this type of deep stretching should take place after your workouts are complete when your muscles are warm and most pliable.

Yours in health, fitness & business,
Sherri McMillan 

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Revenue with Running Programs – Part 8 Technique

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Today we will focus on what your clients can do to strengthen their running technique!

Now send your clients this info and then ask them to join you for YOUR running program!

For today’s portion of running program, I wanted to focus on running technique. It seems easy enough, doesn’t it?  Right leg, left leg, right leg….I remember asking a Canadian National Running Coach about the best way to improve my client’s running technique and his response was “the best way to improve someone’s running technique is to run!”  And there is some truth to this for sure. The more you run, the fitter you become and the easier it is for your body to find the most efficient running forms. 

With that said, there actually is a science to running correctly to minimize injuries and maximize performance.

Here are some tips to help you fine-tune your running technique.

Keep in mind, don’t make any dramatic changes to your running stride too quickly which can lead to injury.  Gradually adjust one thing at a time.

Leg Turnover:

Most people run with too low of a cadence which puts extra strain on your body and the longer your foot stays in contact with the ground, the greater the energy required to propel it forward.  Do not focus on lengthening your stride but rather go for shorter, quicker strides. Focus on achieving a cadence of 90 strides per leg per minute (180 foot strikes per minute). The easiest way to measure this is to count how many times your feet strike in 15 seconds and then multiply by 4. You can also use a metronome or fast paced music to help you get comfortable with how fast your leg speed should be.trans Revenue with Running Programs – Part 8 Technique

Knee Bend:

Many people don’t bend their knees enough when running and run more straight legged which can cause you to land with your feet in front of you instead of under you.  Focus on picking up your feet after you toe off so your knees bend to 90 degrees.

Foot Strike:

Many runners land on their heels with their feet in front of their hips therefore inefficiently ‘braking’ on each stride. It’s far more efficient and effective to land with your feet under your body so as you land, you immediately push off wasting no energy and eliminating any excessive impact on your body. The foot should contact the ground directly under the body’s center of gravity, roll onto the ball of the foot and then push off from the toes at the final stage. Your hips and buttocks should be aligned with the head and shoulders and should be pulled forward.  A mid or forefoot strike allows this to happen and this has led to the growth and popularity of the minimalist footwear category which helps eliminate a heel strike.  However, most of us have been used to wearing shoes with a lot of cushion, structure and a high heel to toe ratio so be sure that you transition to this type of footwear very slowly and be sure to speak with a footwear specialist who can help you decide if this is the smartest approach for you.

Forward Lean:

The entire body should maintain a slight 10-degree forward lean from the ankles, however do not bend from the waist.  The body is leaning just enough, without actually falling forward.

Avoid Vertical Bounce:

When the body moves up and down not only does this waste a lot of energy, it also causes the foot to strike the ground with greater force, sending more impact up the body.

Upper Body:

Hold the arms at a 90-degree angle at the elbows with forearms just grazing the top of the hips.  Your arm swing should have the arms moving forward and backwards like a pendulum, pivoting from the shoulders.  The arms should not revolve in a circular motion or cross the midline of the body by swinging side to side. Keep the hands unclenched, just slightly cupped and facing the body.  Many runners imagine they are holding chips between their thumbs and forefingers and can’t let them break. Don’t let your shoulders slouch forward and keep them away from your ears. Run with your upper body relaxed.

Gaze:

Keep your head level with your eyes gazing straight ahead about 20 yards in front of you.  Avoid looking at your feet and never run with your head tilted way up or down as this can close off the body’s oxygen supply.

Strength:

If you are not strong through your hips, your pelvis will be unstable through push-off making you run inefficiently.  If your core is not strong, you will be unable to effectively absorb the impact of running.  If your feet aren’t strong, you may start to experience nagging aches and pains from the feet all the way up your kinetic chain.  Refer to the last few weeks where I reviewed a number of exercises critical for runners.

Flexibility:

If you are tight, your range of motion will be restricted which will affect your running technique.  But you can also be too flexible which is referred to as hypermobility.  The key to running and any activity is the potent combination of range of motion and tissue pliability and the strength and integrity around a joint to support that range of motion. Stay tuned next week when we discuss various stretching techniques.

Running Drills:

Many coaches have runners doing A, B & C running drills to help improve their running technique which include quick running knee lifts, quick running heel kicks etc.

Yours in health, fitness & business,
Sherri McMillan 

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Revenue with Running Programs – Part 7 Core Strength

If your clients are like mine….more and more of them are signing up for running events. This trend is not only wonderful for your clients’ and their health….it can also be an easy way for you to earn extra revenue with a running program! Check out how we operate our running program, set up your own and then use the info in this series to send to your clients to inspire them to join your running program!

Today we will focus on what your clients can do to strengthen their hips!

Now send your clients this info and then ask them to join you for YOUR running program!

In this Running Program Series I’ve focused on strengthening critical areas for runners such as the feet and hips.  Today, I wanted to focus on one last critical area to condition as a runner – your core.  If your core is strong, you will be better able to stabilize and align your body, absorb and brace for the impact of running and run more efficiently and with better mechanics.  It’s important to mention that your core is not only your abs – but also includes your back and hips. Try to perform the following exercises 2-3 days per week.

Tubing Trunk Rotation

Torso rotations 300x255 Revenue with Running Programs – Part 7 Core StrengthAnchor an exercise tube around a pole at about mid-body height.  Stand sideways to the pole holding the tube in both hands standing far enough so there is tension on the tube. Keep your abdominals contracted, maintain good posture and slowly pull the tube across your body. Perform 8-20 reps each side.

 

Tri-Pod Training

Start by getting down onto your hands and knees.  Position your arms directly under your shoulders and your knees directly underneath tripod4 300x145 Revenue with Running Programs – Part 7 Core Strengthyour hips.  Keep your abdominals contracted inwards and your spine completely stabilized.  Your back should be completely neutral and it should feel like a straight line from your tailbone to the top of your head.  Start the exercise by lifting one arm from the shoulder and reaching it out in front of you.  Simultaneously, lift the opposite leg.  You should attempt to really stretch the arm and the leg outwards and lift upwards while maintaining the abdominal contraction and spine stabilization.  Think more about reaching the arm and leg rather than lifting so high that you have to arch your back.  While you lift onto one leg, be sure to not shift all your body weight to the side that is supporting you.  Try to stay completely stabilized.  Do this 8-10x each side.

 

Rotationary V-sits

vsitrotation 300x165 Revenue with Running Programs – Part 7 Core StrengthStart by sitting completely upright.  Then recline back a few inches while maintaining good postural position supporting your body weight on your sitting bones while keeping your chest out, shoulders back and abdominals contracted.  Holding this position slowly rotate your elbows side to side.  Perform 8-15x each side.  To make this exercise more challenging, hold onto a medicine ball.

Abdominal Alternating Leg Extension

Lie on your back and lift your legs up, bent at the knee.  Position your legs with a 90-degree angle at legextensionb 300x175 Revenue with Running Programs – Part 7 Core Strengththe knees and hips so your upper thighs are perpendicular to the floor and your lower legs are parallel to the floor.  Tighten your abdominal muscles and brace your spine.  Slowly extend one leg out straight to a 45-degree angle while the other leg remains still.  Return the leg to the starting position and repeat with the other leg. Note: If the exercise is too challenging, do not lower to 45-degrees.  If you want to intensify the movement, lower the leg closer to the floor but remember your reference points at all times. Perform 8-15x each leg.

 

Side-lying Plank

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Oblique Crunches

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Table Top

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Yours in health, fitness & business,
Sherri McMillan 

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A comparable business system in other industries would require an initial investment of tens of thousands of dollars.  

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Revenue with Running Programs – Part 6 Strong Hips!

If your clients are like mine….more and more of them are signing up for running events. This trend is not only wonderful for your clients’ and their health….it can also be an easy way for you to earn extra revenue with a running program! Check out how we operate our running program, set up your own and then use the info in this series to send to your clients to inspire them to join your running program!

Today we will focus on what your clients can do to strengthen their hips!

Now send your clients this info and then ask them to join you for YOUR running program!

Last week, we discussed the importance of strengthening your feet as a runner and today, I wanted to stress the importance of strengthening your hips.  Strong Hips = Strong Knees.  Weak Hips = Weak Knees. If your hips aren’t stable and effectively able to stabilize your pelvis while running, your knees will suffer.

Here’s some tips to conditioning your hips in a variety of ways:

Perform these exercises 2 days per week

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Holding a set of hand weights, position yourself in front of a bench with one foot on the bench.  The bench should be at a height that puts your knee at a 90 degree angle.  Keep your kneecap facing forward and your weight distributed on all four corners of your foot.  Now slowly step up extending the supporting knee into a fully upright, balanced position.  Now slowly lower yourself down to the starting position.  Perform 1-2 sets of 8-12 reps to fatigue for each leg.  Keep the height shorter if this bothers your knees at all.

 

 

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Wrap an exercise tube (exercise cuffs) around your ankles.  Standing tall with abdominals tight, slowly step side to side maintaining resistance on the tube.  Continue for 1-2 minutes.

 

 

 

hamstringcurl1b 150x150 Revenue with Running Programs – Part 6 Strong Hips!Stability Ball Hamstring Curls:

Lay on your back with your feet positioned on an exercise ball.  With your arms at your side, slowly lift your hips and buttocks up towards the ceiling while contracting your glutes (buttocks) and hamstrings (back of thigh) until your body weight is resting comfortably on your shoulder blades.  Throughout the entire exercise, be sure to keep your hips square to the ceiling and your abdominals contracted.  Now slowly curl the ball in towards your body while maintaining control and stability through your core area.  Slowly curl out and in 8-20x for one to two sets. Feel free to take breaks as needed.

 

 

bridged 150x150 Revenue with Running Programs – Part 6 Strong Hips!Leg Bridging:

Lay on your back with 1 leg bent, foot on the floor and the other leg lifted straight up to the ceiling.  With your arms at your side, slowly lift your hips and buttocks up towards the ceiling while contracting your glutes (buttocks) and hamstrings (back of thigh) until your body weight is resting comfortably on your shoulder blades.  Throughout the entire exercise, be sure to keep your hips square to the ceiling and your abdominals contracted.  Be sure not to tilt to one side while doing these 1-leg lifts.  Slowly lift up and down 8-20x for 1-2 sets.

 

 

Side Lying Outer Thigh Leg Lifts:

Lie on your side with your body straight. Keep you abdominals contracted as you lift the top leg upwards.  Hold at the upper end range of motion and then return to the starting position.  Complete 1-2 sets of 8-20 reps each leg. If this is too easy, perform this exercise with tubing wrapped around your ankles to increase the resistance.

Yours in health, fitness & business,
Sherri McMillan 

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The fee to purchase the Business of Personal Training System can be made up within 1 month of increased PT sales and there are NO recurring franchise or licensing fees.  

A comparable business system in other industries would require an initial investment of tens of thousands of dollars.  

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Revenue with Running Programs – Part 5 Strong Feet!

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Today we will focus on what your clients can do to strengthen their feet and why foot strength is important for runners!

Now send your clients this info and then ask them to join you for YOUR running program!

Today (week 5), I wanted to talk about your feet and how important they are to running.  As you run, the muscles of your feet and lower limb absorb the forces of up to three times your body weight.  So let’s say you weigh 150 pounds, that’s 450 pounds of force with each stride!  So it’s clear that the foot is important but very few people actually work on strengthening their feet and even though it’s one of the most important areas for runners, it’s the most neglected!

Here’s some tips to strengthening your feet and many you can do anywhere so shouldn’t take extra time:

Towel Crunches:

Lay a towel flat on the floor in front of you.  Place your bare feet on the towel edge closest to you and then curl your toes pulling the towel closer and closer to you.  Continue this exercise for a couple minutes. It’s an easy one to do while you’re watching TV or reading.  Some runners will do this in the shower with a wet towel making it heavier and more challenging.

Ball Curls:

Take a small soft ball like a Hacky Sac and squeeze your toes around the ball.  Continue for 1-2 minutes.

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Tap your toes as fast as you can pulling your toes close to your shin. Continue for 1-2 minutes.

Bare foot Heel Raises:

Lift your heels quickly pressing up onto your toes.  Continue for 1-2 minutes.

Perform the above exercises 2-3x/week. Here’s some other tips to strengthen your feet.

Barefoot Conditioning:

One way to condition your feet is to be barefoot as often as you can.  So walk around the house barefoot and in the summer look for opportunities to take off your shoes. Participate in activities like are conducive to bare feet like Yoga or Nia dance. I even like to strength train bare foot when appropriate. Progress into minimalist, flexible shoes if appropriate for your foot anatomy.  And if you are going to try high impact, barefoot activities, progress very slowly into these activities to make sure your muscles, bones and connective tissue are strong enough for the forces.

Correct Toes:

Consider investing in products that will better align your feet and enable them to function more effectively. This product, Correct Toes TM, is designed to stretch your toes and space them more effectively which would be very beneficial for runners. And the beauty of the product is you exercise your feet while you’re going about your day doing other stuff and I often will even wear them to bed.   https://nwfootankle.com/correct-toes

Athletic shoes that are flexible and have a wide toe box:

You should be able to bend your athletic shoes which would allow your feet to function as they were designed. Your toe box should be wide allowing your toes to spread versus get crunched.  Many professionals suggest going a half size to full size bigger than you think you wear.  I actually have started taking my insole out of my shoes giving my feet more room to spread out.

Avoid High-heel, rigid shoes:

Try to avoid wearing any shoe that has a very high heel to toe ratio and is very rigid which can negatively affect the anatomy of the foot.  Ladies, I know we like to be cute with our high heels and stilettos but it really does negatively affect our feet so try to wear these types of shoes for only special occasions (definitely not daily) and avoid walking in long distances while wearing them.

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