Since I learned to walk, I like to run. Friedrich Nietzsche
Sustained pace is not synonymous with running quality.
How to run: mini guide
- Keep your centre of gravity in line
- Adopt an upright posture
- Use short and fast strikes
- The forefoot rests on the ground, not the heel
The increase in stride must be feasible and also gradual so as not to create injuries and to follow a regular increase in the strength of our legs. In addition, a too large increase in the stride could decrease the frequency and not make us any faster. The goal is to have a more effective stride to be faster by working on the strength and efficiency of the stride itself, with the same pace frequency. You therefore need to make any changes gradually, allowing your body to get used to it: by shortening training times, reducing your running speed and shortening the distance you travel.