If you’re a runner, there is no concern about it: You have solid legs. Which is since you want and use them in buy to propel on your own forward and properly log miles. Muscular calves and thighs can be a telltale sign that someone is a runner. But there are much more muscle mass involved in working that are often neglected about—namely the glutes.
“Many runners neglect strength coaching in normal, mainly owing to the misconception that strength coaching will make you gradual or inefficient,” describes Cameron Yuen, PT, DPT, CSCS, actual physical therapist at Bespoke Solutions Bodily Therapy