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Core Strength is more than abs…

You need a strong core to be a better runner, but doing 100 situps a day isn't the answer! Physiotherapist and trail runner KARINE BEZUIDENHOUT tells all.

Functionally human bodies work in slings, the core connects the upper body and lower body and functions as a strong base for these slings to function with ease and strength.

When we run with inefficiencies within these functional slings, certain structures constantly overwork, which can cause injury.

The structures that can

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