Therefore, it’s no surprise that the knee is the most common site for injuries among runners (and athletes from all backgrounds). In fact, knee injuries make up roughly 50 percent of all sports injuries, according to research. Knee pain/injury can affect anyone, from beginner joggers who are just starting out, to elite runners who push themselves a bit too hard.
Want to know how to run like a pro runner? If your answer is yes, then keep on reading… Why should you consider training like a pro? The fact is, if you are serious about reaching your full potential, you’ll need to imitate the strategies of those on top—no need to reinvent the wheel. By training like a pro runner, you’ll be able, without a shadow of a doubt, to achieve your running best.
When it comes to running injury, nothing strikes more fear into all runners other than hearing the words “stress fracture.” And if truth be told, stress fractures have always been on the top of my list of deep, gut-wrenching running injury fears. Why? Well, this injury suck! Big time! Having a stress fracture means time off the running track—lasting from anywhere from a month, to even longer. For that reason, this condition can really compromise months of hard effort and discipline.
If you are thinking about improving your running form, then you must be a wise runner because working on developing proper running form is one of the best things you can do to improve as a runner for the long haul. Study shows that proper running form can help you become more of an efficient runner, helping you improve performance and avoid injury. Truth be told, if you run with bad form, then expect pain, strains, aches, injuries and compromised running efficiency, hindering you from achieving your full running potential Today I’m going to share with you some of the best tips and practices when it comes to proper running form. I know that this subject is full of controversy. Nonetheless, I will do my best to provide you with all of the tools and guidelines you need to start the process of developing and improving proper running technique.