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Why does strong core muscles help a person run faster and longer?
The core muscles help you run in a better posture, which helps many things including breathing and energy waste or conservation. If you are “slumped” over, it limits your breathing, thus limiting your running somewhat and your abominals, the entirety of your back, and chest help/contribute with this.