Running Form

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04/12/2005 at 20:13
I've been thinking recently of looking at a few aspects of training including ensuring my running form is good. (It'd also give me something to concentrate on during a race when things start to hurt).

Does anyone know of good sources of information? Books, videos, websites?

I'm thinking that stride rate and breathing are important, but what about body position etc? What exercises can be done to work on form? I've seen that a couple of books "Run Strong" and "Programmed to Run" might have something in them, has anyone any experience of these?

Any advice gratefully appreciated!
LOK
06/12/2005 at 00:56
you might want to read the very long but very educational pose thread
entitled
"POSE method of running?"

(sorry can't find link at mo)

LOK
LOK
06/12/2005 at 00:58
based on this
http://www.posetech.com/
LOK

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