Every runner. It’s a great baseline strength drill which targets glute medius, anterior core, and quads. These are the muscles we use in running which help keep a strong stable base for our legs to generate power around.
As we get fatigued our pelvis and low back start to move more and this creates inefficiencies for our leg muscles that we need to propel us. Instead of the leg muscles just driving us forward they start to help out higher up the chain.
Therefore, keeping our stabilizing muscles strong can help keep us in good form for longer and keep our leg muscles driving us forward.