Running can be a great addition to your fitness plan. If done properly, you can increase your distance and speed by using the correct form. But having the proper running technique is a challenge if you’re not careful it can lead to injury and make you less efficient. So, we turned to Shape to learn more about the major elements. Here’s a quick guide on what you need to know about proper running form.
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