Here are my top ideas for quick, uncomplicated hip exercises to incorporate into your run-specific training regimen 2-3 times each week.
There are several varieties of hip exercises ranging from a simple bridge walk to a more sophisticated bridge walk. The goal here is to keep your pelvis from turning or rotating and to make sure your glutes are exerting considerably more effort than your hamstrings.
These are stability-based workouts that will ultimately assist permit greater force (and speed!) from your stride, whether side laying on the floor or in a more advanced raised side plank. 2-3 sets of 30–45 seconds on each side
This lunge is one of the most effective hip exercises for targeting your adductors and VMO (the quad muscle toward the inside of the knee). Begin this action without weight, aiming for continuous pressure from both big toes to the ground and level hip bones throughout.