I love this photo. It shows all the variations of running postures. Compare how the runner on the right with the other on the extreme left. See how relaxed, yet upright he runs. His head is nicely poised, shoulders relaxed, and look how his raised foot is position for the next step. Such an important aspect of running that so many overlook. You can find out more at my website.
The 6 Best Training Drills to Improve Your Running Form
Running form is neglected most of the time. That’s a common mistake I see many runners make—especially recreational runners. That’s why today, dear runner, I’m sharing with you a list some of the best drills you can do to improve your running technique. So are you excited? http://www.runnersblueprint.com/the-6-best-training-drills-to-improve-your-running-form/ #Running #Form #Drills
Two Simple Running Technique Cues for Your Next Workout - http://www.runningshoesguru.com/2014/04/two-simple-running-technique-cues-for-your-next-workout/ - Runners often ask me to give an example of an athlete with “perfect running technique“… The reality is, that the concept of there being one ideal running form is non-sense. We’re all completely different, in so many ways. When it comes to coaching running technique, ...
Fine-Tune Your Form. Step 1: Look Forward. To stay upright and light on your feet, and to breathe more easily, imagine yourself suspended by a string attached to the top of your head, as if you were a puppet. While you hang there, gravity efficiently aligns your head, torso and pelvis. Keep that chin up: Direct your eyes forward rather than looking down at the ground. #SelfMagazine
Efficient Running Technique - RUNNING ON ICE For me the concept is that I am falling and place my foot down so I don't fall down. The rapid cadence allows my feet to act like a wheel. The cartoon Roadrunner might be an example of his legs keeping up with his body and it advances forward.
Mo Farah has nine key elements to his running technique that have allowed him to become Britain’s greatest ever runner. Here we examine what it is that makes him so fast.
After 3 days with Elizabeth Turrell I still am remembering details and running to find a pen to make notes. Today I was thinking of how she encouraged me to work on a larger scale to understand the bigger kilntemperature according to the metalvolume and trivet used which opened the door to so many possibilities. I got so much done it was quite intensive but there are some things that as some of you know I just don't feel confortable sharing as an album in social media for there are moments…
All running injuries have a common theme to them. Poor Posture, lack of stability, running technique and of course weak glutes. I myself have been a keen long distance runner for a long time and suffered many niggling injuries that at times became chronic. That was until I discovered the formula for preventing half of these problems. Many runners fear that strength training will make them "big" and too slow for running so they tend to avoid the strength training. Click the link to read more.