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These top tips have been designed to be carry out whilst you are running.
Try to integrate some of them into your run where possible.
Run tall leading with your forehead - this will help you lengthen your abdominals.
Suck your tummy muscles in all the way whilst running then release by 50 %.Try to hold this 50% whilst running.
Try interval training for your abdominals-10 steps suck in 10 steps release and again.
Open up your chest by taking your shoulders back and down-this will help reverse your slumped sitting posture
Increase your arms swing whilst running to help increase the activity in your core.
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Am all in favour of promoting running for a more flattering figure but not breathing properly will often lead to a stitch which may then have to be overcome by belly breathing - and hence require a movement opposing that to Tip 2 stated above?
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