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.
Aravind Yarra, he is the brain behind the tech and production for GeeksonFeet and our podcast. Aravind is certified Level 1 Crossfit trainer and has keen interest in reaching optimal running pace by focusing on running form. He is a certified running form analyst and a marathoner with a PB of 3 hrs and 48 mins and his 5K PB is 21 minutes.
You can find more learning about running form and the mechanics at https://www.geeksonfeet.com/. Here are some useful resources related to running form.
- Shoes can have an effect on your running form and the foot strike. Here are the basics of what we need to know when choosing running shoes.
- Cadence plays a very important role in your running form, performance, and injury prevention. Our post on Cadence, training for cadence and an infographic on cadence.
- Here is a collection of infographics on foot strike, foot mechanics, and ground contact time.
We have received your feedback. Thank you for helping us serve you better.
Unfortunately, we have hit the wall. Please try again later.