Getting Off the Heel – Here’s How to Do It (And What to Avoid)

Wondering about running midfoot?

Above are two common run form mistakes, plus what your run form should resemble when you successfully transfer off your heel and onto your midfoot.

Figuring out how to run like this can:

🏃 Lower the stress your knees
🏃 Stop braking forces that slow you down
🏃 Improve your shock absorption AND
🏃 Delver you some “free speed” from your rubber bands

If you want to learn how to tap into some of this run form awesomeness, go here:

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