Overview: Form & Technique
Every individual must find their perfect form that is sustainable for their body. You could argue that biomechanically it’s more efficient to run a certain way, but it won’t apply to every individual. Bodies are different. There are some basic guidelines that should be followed as you find your perfect form, but there is no one-size-fits-all answer.
One of the athletes I coach is a university violin professor and he and I have talked about good form a lot. If you have bad form playing the violin, over time it can cause pain and tendonitis in the arms and back. So it is with running: bad form will lead to injuries and pain. Good form allows you to run injury- free.
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