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  1. Just done this. I run a bit, very slowly, but that's all I do and my running never improves. I've also put on weight so getting my heart rate up is good. This was great and at least doing it at home, I wasnt embarrassed when I had to pause it for longer or simplify the moves. Hopefully I'll get better over time. Thanks, it was very well put together. Maybe just a little longer on the warm down moves. ๐Ÿ˜ƒ

  2. Had been doing this daily for the past week and I hate it every single time..๐Ÿ˜ญ but it has made my legs stronger than before. ๐Ÿ’ช

  3. Love this. Might just be my new Strength Day go to – had to simplify a couple exercises which means itโ€™s challenging enough to work up to doing in full! Great! Thank you ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ‘

  4. Cheers for the video, sometimes cramming in runs between working nights and having a toddler in the house is difficult, wanted to eat dinner as a family but felt to full to run before I start work, this video stepped in to the rescue, happy days ๐Ÿ˜€๐Ÿ‘

  5. Great workout… I modified quite a few because I'm unfit/had a baby 3 months ago ๐Ÿ˜† e.g. didn't jump my lunges, kept my feet on the ground for Russian twist, knees on ground for planks, kept both feet on ground for bridges.

  6. Are there any stretching exercises that are to be done before the workout because when I do the lunges it just seems rather taxing on my knees and thighs.

  7. A long distance runner trying to get back into my routine after a few months' break. This is an excellent workout. Intensity was about 8/10 for me since I'm out of shape, but I felt great afterwards. The graphics and timing were great, I felt like I was with my coach. I also love that this is a workout that requires no special equipment. But I agree with Erna that the cool down should be slower. Thank you guys!

  8. Hi, the day after doing this workout, my legs were so incredibly sore that I could not walk, bend down or even straighten my leg. Is that normal? 3 days later, it still hurts to walk. The only exercise I have done before is running 5km and cycling. Will D. O. M. S get less painful the more I do this workout?
    Thanks

  9. these are great! i've been fitting each of these 2 workouts into my routine every week since release. Would be good to see more, but i understand there may be restraints on this.

  10. Haven't done much strength work recently so found this quite challenging! In particular those jumping lunges – once I got past the first round I was lucky if I could do a regular lunge without falling over!

  11. I found this harder than going for an actual run haha! I have to take a few weeks off running as I injured my legs by wearing the wrong trainers, so hopefully this will keep me fit in the meantime!

  12. Hello, have been running for around a month and decided to take on this morning routine for the first time this morning. I am not particularly strong and domt really ever do whole body work outs like this. I found it really.tough and towards the end was struggling to finish some of the exercises. Do you have any tips??

  13. Great work-out, thank you! I realized rather quickly just how much I am missing out on by neglecting strength training and only focusing on running. Will definitely be adding this and others into my regular routine!

  14. Second time in a week I have done this and will do on my non running days BUT is there anything I can substitute for the lunges- I am rubbish and my balance awful- I have run 3 marathons but had flu and back to ground zero so really want to build strength- I am 59 years old!

  15. "Keep your toes light as if you were avoiding to disturb a neighbor under you!"
    Me, living in an apartment over somebody, at 10PM– That's my goal here… >0<

    Anyways, I have a few questions I hope you could answer!

    Okay, so I'm 11 and I run a lot. I've run a few half marathons and I'm best at long-distance running (I probably have slow twitch muscles) but I've been focusing on improving my mile time down to a sub 7 min mile. I adore running and exercise but there's one problem. I've had many knots in my ankles and calves and back and legs for a while now, probably because;
    1- A large backpack
    2- Running so much
    3- Working out a lot
    4- Life
    I've taken many hot baths and cold showers, used those roller thingies, temporarily stopped exercising and massaged myself a few times, but they aren't going away, really. It's just muscle knots, they're not that bothersome, but they can make my ankles and body ache while exercising a lot and they make my muscles feel tight(keep in mind, I do a lot of yoga and stretching as well.) I know my performance could increase by a lot and my overall enjoyment of exercise would increase. Do you guys have any ideas to prevent and help this? Do you guys, or anybody in the comments, experience this? Thanks a lot, and stay safe! I love you all <3.

    …Also… you should try out making a non-jump workout for those of us above people.

  16. Brutal… I got an 8 minute half-marathon PB last month after a 12 week training block averaging 50km per week. But this strength training killed me. I got half way through the the 2nd rep 1st time, and just completed the workout a week later by reducing the intensity. Anything that makes your legs burn like this must be good for you!

  17. Iโ€™ve been running 10km-30km everyday but the strength exercises are what was missing!! Thank you so much for this, it was a real workout I could hardly handle it! Iโ€™m sweating lots!! Look forward to incorporating strength conditioning 2/3 times per week. It will improve my runs for sure. Appreciate you two making this amazing guided work out to follow๐Ÿ™๐ŸผโœŠ๐Ÿค—

  18. I did my first workout this morning, really struggle to get motivated with core work, I canโ€™t say I enjoyed it but glad I did it, sweating buckets afterwards!
    Iโ€™m going to incorporate your workouts on my non running days from now on, even the lunges which towards the end I found hard.
    Thank you guys ๐Ÿ‘Œ๐Ÿ‘

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