Everyone should be doing single leg strength work, but especially runners. Running is a series of single leg hops, and many people run kilometres every week yet don’t do any single leg strength work. No wonder running injuries and pain are so common.
– single leg quarter squats
– TRX assisted pistol squats
– step ups
– single leg deadlifts
– pistol squats
Here’s a great video by Ramon from Australian Kettlebell Academy, on how you can fix common tracking issues in your single leg squats to get stronger and prevent injury.
Ramon is the guy who taught me in my very first kettlebell course back in 2009, he’s a movement genius!