WHEN DONE properly, non-running workouts are a key component of any runner’s regular training regimen. These workouts play a crucial role in reducing injuries, accelerating recovery times, and most importantly, running faster.
This movement toward balance in our workouts is exactly what TB12 stands for — having a holistic, balanced approach to improving your mind and body.
We understand that incorporating new workouts into your routine can seem daunting. In some running circles, strength training is a contentious subject. While some runners believe that strength training is extremely important, others claim that it makes you slow and bulky.
But we aren’t recommending that runners follow conventional strength training methods — we use no-load strength training with resistance bands.