Pose Running is a more efficient way to run than the standard heel strike method we’re all familiar with and used to. Pose running, because of its efficiency, can not only help you improve your running time, but also reduce the risk of injury. It minimizes joint impact, and aims to reduce the muscular contribution to running and rely more on using gravity.
Watch as Spencer and Jack help demonstrate the method of Pose Running. We know you’ll gain some tips on how to start running faster, longer, and with less risk of injury.
Keep the following in mind when practicing the pose running technique
- Lean forward to run faster
- Pull the trailing leg straight up
- Don’t heel strike or push off
- Keep the forward leg under the hip
- Switch feet quickly to maintain cadence
- Focus on the fall
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