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Running requires whole body integration of multiple systems for stability and power through each stride. To better coordinate that integration we can further train two fascial systems that play a significant role in maintaining the form of running.

The anterior oblique sling (in front of the body) comprises of the external and internal obliques with the opposite side adductors while the posterior oblique sling (back of the body) involve the lat and the opposite glute.

These two systems are required to work with one another when running and allows the body to remain centrated as you propel yourself forward. Give these two exercises a try when working on supplemental training for running!

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