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Nine Helpful Tips on Your Running Form

Published on June 20, 2013 By Greg

A lot of runners have concerns about their running form. While such concerns are often overblown, there are a few basic ideas to keep in mind about finding your right running form.

The Ups and Downs of Hill Training for Runners

Published on May 14, 2013 By Greg

Hill training can seem an intimidating concept for many runners – not just in the idea of running hills, but in figuring out the best way to do so. Fortunately, a recent study suggests there is little difference among types of hill workouts – the key is just to get it done.

Heels Up – Journey to the Midfoot Strike

Published on February 22, 2013 By Greg

Running form improvements – specifically becoming a lighter foot striker, and landing with your foot under the body – offer the opportunity for significant performance gains and consistent injury-free training. Here is one journey to work through a range of imbalance and immobility issues to allow such improvements to happen.

Four Ways to Use the Principles of Feng Shui to Be a Better Runner

Published on January 28, 2013 By Greg

The ancient Chinese system of feng shui is concerned with controlling the flow of qi, or positive energy. Good running form involves similar principles, and here are four ways you can apply the practices of feng shui to become a more efficient runner.

Don’t Let The Little Things Get In The Way Of The Big Things

Published on January 17, 2013 By Greg

A podcast interview with Alex Hutchinson brings an important lesson on how to avoid the quest for running perfection get in the way of doing the right things. Coming from a physicist with a bias towards precision, this is a powerful point.