In this episode, we will be discussing everything on developing a good running form that encourages better motor patterns and muscle recruitment. A good running form improves our running efficiency and reduces the risk of fatigue and injuries particularly which comes with longer and more frequent running.
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This post is a continuation of earlier post on Cadence. As discussed in part one of the post, the goal of cadence improvement is to find your optimal cadence that offers the best running economy.
We are born to run; however efficient running depends on several variables interconnected in complex ways. Running form impacts performance, economy and can also be a root cause of several injuries. We are starting a series of articles on running form; cadence being the first amongst them.