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Why You Are Not Faster No Matter How Much You Workout

No matter how much you exercise, there is a good chance that you are not targeting the right muscles in the body. You can do as many sets and reps of the same things in the training room, but you are still not targeting the right muscles that will help you increase your speed. The hip flexors are a series of muscles that you might not think will help you with your speed but they have been proven to do so.

Key Takeaways:

  • You are not getting any faster because you are not utilizing all of the muscles necessary to help you increase your speed.
  • Most gym equipment is designed to help a runner build the muscles necessary for the PUSH phase of running.
  • Its important to train your hip flexors because they help to recycle the leg around when you run.

“Squat racks, hamstring curls, leg extensions, leg presses, glute kick backs, lunges, etc. all target the hip extensors, leg extensors and calf muscles.”

Read more: https://athleticquickness.com/why-you-are-still-slow/

 

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