How to Change Your Run Form (And Not Get Injured)


If you want to improve your run form, you need to be careful!

Why? Changing your run form will alter how you use your body while you run. Based on the changes made, new muscles and tendons will be asked to take on more or less responsibility.

When runners rush through changes it often leads to injury — the very thing they were trying to avoid.

That’s why it’s important to change slowly — even if you are a new OR experienced runner.

So how should you introduce your new faster and more efficient run form? It’s outlined below.

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