November 16 2017
Coach Hillary Kigar shares a tip she picked up while listening to a lecture delivered by esteemed distance running coach Jack Daniels.
If you’ve ever gotten to the last mile of a run and thought to yourself, “I’m so tired, I just want this to be done,” it’s time to tune in and read on. Paying attention to good form can help distract your mind from the task at hand. Before you know it, the last mile is finished and you’ve practiced running efficiently. Running with good form can lead to less effort exerted because your body does not have to compensate for misplaced energy.
Basically, it breaks down like this: Better form = Greater Efficiency = Faster Times. Who doesn’t want faster times? Check out this hand-dandy chart that details good running form.