Most runners think that they need weekly speed workouts and more miles to get faster.
But if you’re really looking to nail your running goals, you’ll need to stay injury-free. While speed workouts and mileage can certainly make you faster, they also create a huge risk for injury.
Instead of looknig to do “more,” consider improving your running form.
Over the last 10 years as running coaches and Physical Therapists, we’ve found that runners who can break away from shuffling and scuffing in their run form (or later in a race), can drastically improve their finishing times.
If you’re interested in learning more about how to improve your run form, check out this upcoming 4-week program:
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