I guess kickboxing should do it, as well. And jump-roping, or anything that really works those muscles.posted about 3 years ago
I agree with the jump-roping, especially since you’re a track runner! Other high impact exercises will help with your sprinting, whereas stuff like dance is good for long distance or enduranceposted about 3 years ago
jump-roping is sooooo good!! :) i read somewhere that 10 minutes of robe-jumping is equal to 30 minutes of running. Jump-roping also tones not just the legs but the whole body… (always a bonus)! :)
oh and its super fun! grab a few friends and have competitions…i.e. who can jump for 2 mins straight, etc…posted about 3 years ago
If you really want to tone then weight resistance training will be your best bet.Lunges are one of the best.. work your way up from body weight, 3 lb weights, 5 lb and then 7 lb. I do 10 – 15 per set, 3 sets per leg..
Also check out calf raises and this other one.. I think its call a pelvic bridge…posted about 3 years ago
With the short season almost here I definately started doing a regular pilates routine which gives absolutely amazing results but I have been switching things up and started the Kim Kardisian workout routine for legs since its free….I have Comcast On Demand and it offers tons of exercises for free. I have to say that although the exercises are simple they really work your muscles and I feel it the next day.posted about 3 years ago
there are really great exercises that you can do at home on fitness magazine’s web pages, i.e. Women’s Health and Self. you could also look on any other fitness website. there are al lot of easy and fast exercises you can do that work really well!posted about 3 years ago