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Moms on the Run National Fitness Director, Olympian Carrie Tollefson, regularly shares tips and exercises we can do to enhance our running and fitness. In this three-part video series, Carrie will share some exercises that focus on strengthening our backs.
In today's video, Part 2, we'll cover planks. Yes, planks are hard, but they are also a great exercise to build strength throughout your body's core and lower back. Click to watch.
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Every week, Moms on the Run National Fitness Director, Olympian Carrie Tollefson, shares some exercises we can do to enhance our running and fitness. In our next three-part video series, Carrie with share some exercises that focus on strengthening our backs.
In today's video, Part 1, we’ll introduce the back extension. The back extension works our glutes, our lower back, and our hamstrings, all muscles that work together to provide back strength. Check back over the next two weeks, when we'll share more exercises and stretches to strengthen our backs.