Dec 18, 2019

Start Long Distance Running

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#Increase your height while you run. Try making yourself as tall as possible, stretching your spine as you go. Use your feet to create momentum, springing your body upwards with each step. Whenever your feet push off the ground, use that force to straighten your spine and make yourself taller as you run.<ref>https://ift.tt/35DunTx>
 
#Increase your height while you run. Try making yourself as tall as possible, stretching your spine as you go. Use your feet to create momentum, springing your body upwards with each step. Whenever your feet push off the ground, use that force to straighten your spine and make yourself taller as you run.<ref>https://ift.tt/35DunTx>
 
#* This technique is known as “running tall,” and it prevents you from collapsing while you run.
 
#* This technique is known as “running tall,” and it prevents you from collapsing while you run.
#Lean forward to keep your body balanced. Maintain the momentum you’ve created by leaning your body slightly forward. Focus your weight onto the balls of your feet so you can run in an effective, balanced manner. If your footstrikes fall on the back of your heels, your running stride will be unbalanced and ineffective.<ref>https://ift.tt/2rbOIR2>
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#Lean forward to keep your body balanced. Maintain the momentum you’ve created by leaning your body slightly forward. Focus your weight onto the balls of your feet so you can run in an effective, balanced manner. If your footsteps fall on the back of your heels, your running stride will be unbalanced and ineffective.<ref>https://ift.tt/2rbOIR2>
 
#* Since you’ll be running across long distances, you want to keep your form as balanced as possible.
 
#* Since you’ll be running across long distances, you want to keep your form as balanced as possible.
 
#* Don’t bend forward at a 45-degree angle. Instead, just lean forward slightly, so you can comfortably place your weight in the middle of your feet.
 
#* Don’t bend forward at a 45-degree angle. Instead, just lean forward slightly, so you can comfortably place your weight in the middle of your feet.


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