New A4Y Videos

  • Diaphragmatic Breathing with Andie Cozzarelli

    Runner, coach, and A4Y Pro Andie Cozzarelli explains why diaphragmatic breathing is important for running and beyond, and shows you how to activate your diaphragm — your breathing muscle. Use this practice to learn to connect your breath to your pelvic floor, allowing you to move with more fluidi...

  • Balance Your Diaphragmatic Breathing with Andie Cozzarelli

    Runner, coach, and A4Y Pro Andie Cozzarelli shows you how to assess your diaphragmatic breathing to ensure balanced relaxation through pelvic floor and body overall. Use this video to test how symmetrical you are breathing side-to-side, and then ease any imbalance you identify with a quick side-l...

  • Strengthen Your Diaphragmatic Breathing with Andie Cozzarelli

    Andie Cozzarelli (2:38 marathoner, running coach, and Athletes for Yoga Pro) explains how to use your diaphragmatic breathing to optimize your running. Use this practice to put diaphragmatic breathing in context of your running by strengthening your ability to breathe well through run-specific, d...

  • Find your Feet with Kendra Chambers

    Kendra Chambers, professional middle distance runner and A4Y Pro, shows you how to create a more balanced foundation to run on by strengthening your alignment, and the muscles of your lower legs and feet. Use this routine to gain functional strength for running and beyond, and to create more flui...

  • Activate Your Core + More with Kendra Chambers

    As Kendra knows — In running and beyond, it’s critical to have a strong core that functions properly to support functional movement. Use this routine pre-run or workout to activate and strengthen key muscles including your hamstrings, hips, glutes, and core, in a comprehensive way.

    Focus: warm u...

  • Recovery Zone with Kendra Chambers

    Kendra shares her favorite moves to Reset key running muscles — lower legs, feet, and hips. Use this routine to ease tired muscles, restore fluidity, and recover effectively.

    Focus: recovery
    Key muscles: feet, calves, achilles, hips
    When: post-run / workout