49. Training to prevent injuries by running

Juliana Bernal, personal trainer of Koa Center, offers you a workout at home to prevent running injuries.

Previous chapters of the series:

1. Why should we exercise at home during confinement with coronavirus?

2. Home training of cardiovascular strength and endurance

3. How to make up for hours sitting down with telework during confinement

4. Training for women with pilates and yoga exercises

5. Training with martial arts techniques

6. Strength training with a towel and a jug of water

7. Strength and mobility to counter telework

8. Training for seniors during confinement

9. High intensity metabolic training for all audiences

10. Cardiovascular resistance and mobility training

11. Strength, endurance and mobility training

12. Training with a roll of paper

13. Nutritional tips during confinement

14. Strength training with your own body weight

15. Mobility training

16. Strength and endurance training

17. Planning a weekly menu for healthy eating

18. How to make the shopping list based on your weekly planning

19. Yoga to activate your body, your circulation and improve your flexibility

20. Exercise to boost your strength and endurance

21. Weight training: HIIT session

22. Boxing training

23. Strength resistance training with towels

24. Improvement of running technique

25. Training for couples

26. Middle zone training (CORE) including the glutes

27. Training to strengthen the shoulders

28. Training to strengthen the legs

29. Six exercises to do after the workday

30. Strength training with objects that we all have at home

31. Why can stress cause a feeling of increased appetite?

32. Training of Tábata (HIIT)

33. Pilates session

34. Training with martial arts techniques

35. High intensity training (HIIT)

36. Yoga session

37. Ideas to make quick, healthy and tasty dishes

38. Core, traction and leg training

39. Mobility training

40. Lower body training

41. Isometric exercises (postures) and movement

42. Mobility training (II)

43. Training to improve your coordination

44. Full body strength training

45. Training to improve your posture with a broomstick

46. ​​Initiation to hypopressive abdominal gymnastics

47. Training to improve your mobility

48. Training of tractions, ‘core’ and glutes

49. Training to prevent injuries by ‘running’