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    Lower body strength training






    I have just started back at the gym again after several months off thanks to tendonitis in my hip due to running related over-training.

    My injury was caused in part by poor lower body strenght which made my running unstable and caused some nasty tendon problems.

    Can anyone reccomend me a lower body workkut forusing on the glutes, hamstrings, hip area, quads and core that I can do twice a week.

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    Were you doing freeweight barbell squats or deadlifts before your injury?
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    Are you still running? If so, I'd recommend something low in volume but high in intensity.

    I'd also recommend some unilateral stuff like step-ups, split squats, and single leg RDLs.

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