Running Form: Correct technique and tips to run faster

Some tips on how to improve your speed and efficiently and while reducing the risk of injury. Video by USATF and Lydiard Certified running coach Sandi Nypaver and 2-time US Olympic Trials Qualifier Sage Canaday.

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So we talk about correct running form. That word can really be thrown around, I'm not sure there really is correct running form, but there is running form that could make your run a lot more comfortable. Starting from head to toe, when you're running, you want to keep your chin down a little bit, you almost want to fell like you're, there's a thread at the top of your head, pulling you up. You don't want your chin too down, because you'll actually close off your airway a little bit. And you don't want your chin too far up, because you're not really sure where all that energy's going, and you can feel that tension in your neck start to happen when you do raise your chin a little bit. So try to keep your head level a little bit. Notice where you're holding tension.

Slowly, through a long run, you can start to feel your shoulders creep up a little bit, and you can feel that tension in your shoulders and your neck. So if you relax a little bit, it can also help you reduce the amount of energy that you're using for your run. Now what you want to do with your arms, hold your elbows at about a ninety degree angle, and hold a very small fist, almost having your fingertips just touching the palm of your hand, and just relax your hands. And throughout your run, when you start to feel tension building up, just shake your arms out a little bit and relax your shoulder. Hold your torso up, straight. Engage your core so that you're holding up a good posture when you're moving forward. Don't lean forward, at your waist, just kind of gradually from your ankles all the way up to your shoulders, lean forward a little bit. So with your feet, when you're landing on the ground, you want to land on the ground right in the midfoot to the balls of your feet. Sometimes when you land on your heels, you're actually landing too far ahead of your body, so what happens is when your bodyweight hits the ground, you're creating this shock that's going all the way up through your ankles, your knees, and your hips.

Again, over time that can cause a lot of discomfort and possibly an injury. So again, try to think about having your foot land right underneath your bodyweight, and with your hips, make sure your hips are forward, and make sure your hips are stable. One great thing about doing core exercises for running is that it keeps your entire core area stable while you're running. Sometimes when you're out running you might see people whose hips dip a little bit with each run. That can also cause injury down the road, so try to keep those stable, keep your hips stable, keep your hips pointed down, but you also don't want them pointed up too much. Just go in the direction that you're running. And when you're running and swinging your arms, swinging your arms forward but being careful not to swing your arms across your midline. What that does is that it almost throws off your balance a little bit. Keep your arms moving forward and again, keep your arms relaxed, keep your hands relaxed, but again try not to go across your midline too much.

Just keep them back and forth. Let your arms do what they want to do, but keep them controlled just a little bit. Just try to stay in tune with your body, and just check in every once in a while and notice where you're holding tension. Starting a running program can be hard enough as it is, but when you start to notice how much tension you're holding it can take more energy away then you actually realize, and as you start to build up in your runs, maybe working towards that ten mile race, or working towards that half marathon, it can deplete a lot of energy that you're working so hard to get through the race for. Just try to relax, try to relax and have fun.

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THE WHY | Running 100 Miles

Why do we run 100 miles?

It's a question I get from friends and acquaintances quite often. And in the lower moments during these ultramarathon events if I'm honest, a question I direct inward too. Sure, on the surface you can cite self-improvement, challenging yourself, so on and so forth. But the longer I do this, the more I started to explore answers beyond the surface. How we relate to discomfort, uncertainty and pain. Do we have it too easy and thus, we're drawn to the opposite end of the spectrum where we're reduced to survival mode and drinking/eating/moving forward? Are we in our more natural state when this is what our world is reduced down to?

Using the historic and legendary Leadville 100 Mile Race as my backdrop and with the support of GU Energy Labs, I explore these ideas as I ran my 3rd 100-mile race at the Race Across the Sky. Through the good, bad and the ugly - I attempted to unpack the why in running a 100 miles. My thanks again to them for the support!


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Proper Running Technique: Running Form Tips and Drills

TRAINING PLANS: Tips for a more efficient running stride to improve speed, endurance and resistance to injury. You'll see correct, proper running form along with some drills that you can use to improve your technique. Music by Runner model: Allie Kieffer.

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Hi, I’m Sunny and I wanted to share my body transformation with you. I was one of the first people to test the Freeletics Running app and as you can see, in 20 weeks I lost 14kg / 31lbs and 3 dress sizes! I’m really proud of my journey, so I wanted to share it with you guys - maybe it can motivate you too. ►►►

When I started working full time I was always too tired and lazy to do sport or cook healthy foods. So before I realised it, I had put on a lot of weight. I wasn’t happy with myself anymore and wanted to hide away. So I looked for something new to challenge me - because if it doesn’t challenge you, it doesn’t change you!!

I never really did much running before - I did Freeletics bodyweight the year before but I felt too unfit to do that again. I didn’t think running would be that hard. But at the beginning I was wrong. I didn’t know how unfit I had become! I had to fight through the running workouts my app coach gave me and after the intervals I sometimes felt like I was dying... But I didn’t stop because I really wanted to get in shape again!

So I kept running. Even in gross weather. The coach gave me lots of different workouts and distances to run, so I did. And after a while I got better and faster! I was really happy, but then I injured myself and couldn’t run anymore. I thought all my work was going to be for nothing and I got really demotivated.....

But after a few weeks I could run again, so I kept going. And that was when I saw changes. The pounds started really dropping and I got better and faster!! It was so motivating! It’s awesome to get your confidence back and feel good at a sport after feeling bad about your body for so long!!!

I ran 3 - 4 times a week. Sometimes alone and sometimes with a group. I actually made some really cool girlfriends on my journey and I’m really happy I met them because they helped me to keep going.

It was tough, but for me it was worth it! I’m really proud that this time, I didn’t give up. I really love my “new” body and I didn’t think I could transform so much by running. I feel really fit, confident and happy. And I still love to run, because it clears my head and makes me feel good. So try it! Anyone can run. Even if you start slow like me - anything can happen if you keep going! If I can do it, so can you!! Just believe in yourself!

I hope I can inspire some of you to start your own transformations!!

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Moses Mosop (Kenya) Running technique / Looptechniek

Published by Posecoach Nederland Jacky Ledeboer,
Moses Mosop 1985 is one of the fastest runners on the marathon. In 2011 he finished Boston in 2.03.06 sprinting up together with Geoffrey Mutai who became first in a WR. He owns the WR on 30K (1.26.47). In this same race he ran a WR on 25K.
In this marathon in Rotterdam (2012) Moses didn't run his best race. He finished third in 2.05.02. The video footage is taken at the last quarter of the race (wasn't able to get a good shot of him earlier in the race). Although I believe he's not showing the best of his running (he would be better of landing half a foot length closer under the hip), it is still a very good watch! Mosop was one of the three Kenyan athletes selected for the coming up Olympic games in London, but unfortunately had to gave up his place because of an achilles injury. Perhaps he trained too hard and too much and took to little time to recover. He's said to be a real training beast which becomes clear in this short documentary made before the Rotterdam marathon;

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7 Impossible Final Sprints in Running ● Part 4

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Oscar Pistorius runs 400M London Summer Olympics 2012

Oscar Pistorius (The Blade Runner) runs in 400M London Summer Olympics 2012.
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Men's 400m Semifinals Heat 2

44.59 1 Grenada JAMES Kirani
44.67 2 Bahamas BROWN Chris
44.99 3 Belgium BORLEE Jonathan
45.31 4 USA McQUAY Tony
45.39 5 Russian DYLDIN Maksim
45.64 6 Great Britain LEVINE Nigel
46.22 7 Venezuela BRAVO Albert
46.54 8 South Africa PISTORIUS Oscar

400m competition format
The basics

The 400m starts with a staggered bend, with athletes running a full circuit of the track.
Competition format

The competition starts with heats. The number of heats and the number of athletes progressing to the next round depends on the number of athletes competing. In each heat the fastest athletes go through, as well as a set number of the fastest losers across all the heats. The following rounds run on the same format, until eight athletes are through to compete in the final.

The draw to determine which heat athletes run in is decided by their initial seedings (based on previous performance) for the first round, and then their performances after that. This ensures that the highest seeded athletes are not drawn in the same heat.

In the first round, an athlete's lane allocation is drawn by lot, and in subsequent rounds it is dependent on their performance. The highest-seeded athletes are drawn in the centre lanes.
Keys to success

In sprint races, the time separating athletes can be as little as one hundredth of a second, requiring a photo finish. A good start is crucial, as is technique while running and the quality of the finish. The winning athletes must be relaxed but perfectly focused on their race.
Breaking the rules

The most dramatic error for spectators, and arguably the most cruel for athletes, is the false start. Once in the set position on the blocks, any athlete moves off the starting blocks either before the gun has fired or within 0.10 sec of the gun firing is disqualified. Athletes can also be penalised for running out of their lane or obstructing another athlete.

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