Course Summary

Muscle Activation For Runners

Applied Yoga Anatomy + Muscle Activation™, created by Yogi Aaron, is a revolutionary way to practice yoga and prepare the body for activities, like running, to optimize performance. It focuses on activating and engaging muscles rather than stretching them — and it isn’t being taught anywhere else! This yoga and movement methodology reduces pain and risk of injury while increasing range of motion, muscle strength, stability, and alignment. 

In this special course for Runners, you will:

  • Learn muscle activation exercises to activate the key muscles you use while running
  • Practice three short sequences that you can use before running to ensure your muscles are ready to go
  • Experience a technique to help your body recover after you run

Benefits of using Applied Yoga Anatomy + Muscle Activation™ techniques:

  • Reduced pain
  • Improved range of motion
  • Muscle stability
  • Improved alignment
  • Lower risk of injury
  • Increased strength
  • Improved performance
  • Improved lifestyle

Ready to expand your running routine and maximize your performance? Start Muscle Activation for Runners today!

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Muscle Activation Exercises for Runners

Runner Series - Glute Introduction
The Glutes
4:03
Runner Series - Glute 1
Glutes - Practice #1
5:37
Runner Series - Glute 2
Glutes - Practice #2
4:47
Runner Series - adductors
The Adductors
8:44
Runner Series - resctus femoris
The Quads
5:31
Runner Series - Iliopsoas
The Hip Flexors
5:28
Runner Series - core
The Core
6:54
Runner Series - TFL
The TFL
7:49
Runner Series - lower back muscles
The Lower Back
3:45
Runner Series - quick hack for the hip and trunk flexors
Quick Hack: Activate Your Hip Flexors + Trunk Flexors
5:29

Pre-Run Practices

Runner Series - Day 1
Day 1
10:22
Runner Series - Day 2
Day 2
5:51
Runner Series - Day 3
Day 3
8:18

Post-Run Practice

Runner Series - recovery
Recovery Practice
4:26

Conclusion

Runner Series - conclusion
Conclusion
1:37