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When and How Should I Improve my Running Technique?

It is very important to learn how to run correctly if you want to avoid injuries or if you want to participate in any competition.

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Running is one of the most popular and fun physical activities in the world. However, it is very important to learn how to run correctly if you want to avoid injuries or if you want to participate in any competition.

Running techniques help you spend less energy and get better results. In other words, if you run correctly, you'll be able to move faster for longer with less risk of injury. That sounds great, right?

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When should I improve my technique?

Believe it or not, improving your running technique is not a priority if you are starting this physical activity. In this case, you need to focus on improving your endurance and increasing the distance you can go.

On the other hand, if you already have time running, then improving your technique becomes necessary, especially if you want to participate in a marathon or a competition.

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Training to improve your technique

Some exercises can help you improve your running technique. You have to do these exercises when you have all your energy, that is, before running. As you repeat the movements, they will become more natural when running. The following exercises are very simple and can be done once or twice a week depending on the exercise routine you have.

Skipping forward

We run with small steps concentrating on bringing the knees up, close to the chest. We make sure to keep our back straight and to accompany the movement of our legs with our hands.

Skipping backward

In this case, we continue to move forward in our run but bring the heels close to the buttocks. The torso remains upright, although slightly inclined.

Russian skipping

We move forward again with small steps, keeping our knees extended and trying to raise our legs from the hip. We make sure we don't arch our back backward, but keep it straight.

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