Phase II – Time To Start A New Habit

Incorporating and sustaining your knee drive requires work and practice, as you’re retraining your neuromuscular system to fire muscles in new patterns at a high rate of speed and frequency. As mentioned in this training, you should be seeking cues to trigger your change in movement. With repetition and consistency, you may find yourself subconsciously altering your run form every three to four minutes. This training helps you identify cues that will work for you to know when to toggle run form and work this technique into your routine.