Knee Tucks target the abs (rectus), hip flexors, and obliques.
Despite its benefits, some runners are reluctant to begin strength training because they believe it will cause them to bulk up with unwanted muscle mass that will make it harder to run. Horowitz busts the 6 most common myths about strength training for runners.
Knee Tucks target the hip flexors and abs (transverse).
Hip Raises target the glutes, lower back, abs (transverse).
The Discus Thrower targets the glutes, quads, obliques, abs (transverse), and delts (medial, posterior).
The Arm Circles exercises targets the delts (anterior) and abs (transverse).
Weight Swings target the obliques, abs (transverse), delts, biceps, and triceps.