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sponsored: #RUNNOVATION – Proper Form

  • By Competitor.com
  • Published Sep. 19, 2013

That Was Then

Good running form meant focusing on the mechanics parameters of foot fall, stride length, an erect body and using arms for power. In his 1971 book “The Track and Field Omnibook,” Ken Doherty advises: “Do what comes naturally as long as naturally is mechanically sound. If it isn’t, do what is mechanically sound until it comes naturally.”

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