If you’re looking to run faster – especially when you’re tired – there’s one thing you need to know.
For most, it’s the difference between running a PR and hitting the wall.
What is it?
It’s a saying I use all time… “if you’re on the ground, you’re slowing down.”
You’re at a huge disadvantage if you’re not floating for part of your run. It’s kind of like running with a parachute strapped to your hips.
Unfortunately, the problem only gets worse with fatigue.
Long strides get slower, which means more time on the ground… slowing down.
So what should you do instead?
Watch the video to find out!
Open Your Stride
Learning to open your stride lets you tap into speed that you already have but aren’t using.
You need to re-wire bad habits and train your body to run differently.
The good news? It’s totally possible and doesn’t take long to learn.
If you want to learn how to run faster from start to finish, I encourage you to check out Kneed for Speed!
Run Faster, Even When Tired
Kneed for Speed is 4-week annual bootcamp that teaches runners how to run faster without having to train harder or run more.
The program includes:
- Step-by-step video training for 4 weeks to improve your run form
- Stretches & exercises to fix bad habits that stop you from running fast
- Weekly guided audio runs that teach technique while running
- Weekly live coaching and Q&As to answer all your questions
- Speed & pace control sessions to dial in your pace for any distance
- Lifetime access to go at your own pace (pun intended) or review in the future.
The best part? Kneed for Speed works into existing training plans, and the techniques are easy to learn.
Whether you’re looking to run faster or set a new PR (without training harder or running more miles), check out Kneed for Speed!