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How Runners Can Benefit From Ramp40

How Runners Can Benefit From Ramp40

1. Reduced Risk of Injury Via Posture Correction

As a runner, you know that stability is key. And you also know that that stability comes primarily from your core. A stable core is what protects your spine and surrounding muscles from injury while running. So, because Ramp40 is an exercise method that places a heavy focus on correct posture and proper movement, it helps reduce your chances of injuring an area that you’ve injured in the past. And, as an added bonus, Ramp40 reduces your chances of injuring a new spot in the first place. Ramp40 also works to fire and build muscles that keep your running posture in tip-top shape, which is something you want to be on top of as a runner.

2. Quicker Recovery

Ramp40 places a huge focus on joint mobility and flexibility. Thus, when incorporating Ramp40 into your running routine, you’ll find that your recovery time following a difficult run or an injury is greatly decreased. Another thing you’ll love about the Ramp40 is that the condition of your muscles is much better, making it so that you feel far less sore and tight after running.

3. Stronger Core

Though most people think of their abs when they hear “core,” that term refers to far more than your stomach muscles. In fact, your core is made up your entire torso, which includes:

  • Hips
  • Abs
  • Shoulders
  • Neck
  • Back

Hip instability is one of the biggest causes of injuries for female runners, and is a result of a weak core. However, when your entire core is balanced and strong, your running is more stable. This stability puts you at much lower risk of injury. And, it just so happens that Ramp40 is one of the best ways to build your core. Rather than just working the surface muscles like many workouts do, Ramp40 gets down to the deep core to uncover a new level of strength.

4. Greater Endurance

The stronger a runner’s body, the better s/he is able to maintain good form, even when exhaustion hits. This is where Ramp40 comes in. Keeping your ab muscles strong (in particular the ones that connect your spine to your legs and help in rotating your leg) is also key for runners. And Ramp40 helps you to build those deep muscles. In addition, Ramp40 is great for loosening legs, back, and hips, which is a great way to ensure your running stride remains fluid, long, and strong.

5. More Controlled Breath

Proper breathing techniques are something that every runner must master. Without controlled breathing, you’re likely to exhaust much more quickly, and run the risk of a killer side ache. Ramp40 is much the same. Breathing is a key part of the practice. Thus, Ramp40 focuses on teaching the type of breathing that fills the lower part of your lungs fully. And, once you’ve taken that deep breath, Ramp40 teaches you how to properly use it to get through your movements. This translates to running, where your breathing will determine your success.

6. Better Balance

Balance plays a big role in the sport of running. It’s what keeps you moving forward, and keeps you from falling on a trail. But do you know where that balances comes from? Your core. And since we now know that Ramp40 is all about core and balance, it’s no surprise that adding Ramp40 to your running schedule causes you to see a drastic improvement in your balance while running.

There really is no reason you shouldn’t be doing Ramp40 as a runner. The benefits are numerous, and you’ll enjoy the benefits of mixing up your workouts as well. And there’s no better time than now to incorporate Ramp40 into your life with Ramp N Rize’s current special: New Client Special of $59.00 for an unlimited month!

Increase your running skills, improve your body strength, along with plenty of other benefits by giving Ramp40 a try. We promise you’ll love it.