Central Park Coaching - NYC Running Coach

NYC Running Coach

Central Park Coaching - NYC Running Coach is a best in class one-on-one coaching service by professional running coach, Sean Fortune.  Coach Sean is a former NCAA track and cross country coach and Nike sponsored athlete for his previous club team. He is a USATF Level II certified coach and former multiple time winner of New York Road Runners' races. He conducts personalized, science-based one-on-one coached running sessions for marathoners, youth runners, and kids.

 

 

Why leg swings before running?

It's very important to do legs swings BEFORE you run. This quick and simple exercise serves two purposes:

1. It loosens up the hip and surrounding soft-tissue, warming up the hamstring and glutes. This preventative measure facilitates proper functioning mechanics which in turn helps to eliminate overuse injuries. One example of this would be if your hamstrings/glutes were tight from a previous day's workout causing a shortened or imbalanced extension (typically, the leg coming in) on one or both sides of your stride, which overtime, could result with medial-side knee pain.  Pre-run leg swings preventatively help to facilitate a more proper functioning extension of the leg once running.

2. Practicing leg swings consistently over time, increases greater mobility and flexibility, which is crucial to running your best and staying healthy. 

The video below demonstrates how to do this very smart (and quick) exercise. I recommend doing 10-15 swings slowly increasing your range of motion and intensity. 

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