The trouble with shuffling is that it slows you down.
And after weeks and months of training for a single race, it stinks to see it all fall apart because of your running form.
Over the last decade as a Physical Therapist and run coach (and runner myself), I have found that runners can actually fight back against “the wall” and a late race or run collapse.
By shifting away form shuffling, runners can finally have a tactic in their back pocket that will help them run faster and even sustain their pace when they get tired.
If you’re a runner is looking to break away from shuffling and stop succumbing to slower paces mile after mile, then check out this upcoming program: