Don't try to do too much, too soon when switching over to minimalist or barefoot running.
Ensure that your running stride originates from the body’s main engine.
You might love running, or (ahem), at times you might hate it, but either way chances are you want to run faster and with better form.
Research by Stephen McGregor, PhD, is showing that the worst way to improve your running stride is to consciously try. Until a few years
Learning how to fall is the most essential step in adopting the Pose Technique and making better use of gravity.
Running gait analyst and running injury expert Jay Dicharry shares his top tips.
Cut your injury rate in half by correcting some common form flaws.
Susan Lacke reveals some of the advice she’s been given by runners and her coach. Any of these sound familiar?
Various studies support the pros and cons of each style -- so which is correct?
Research says it might not be as dangerous as we've been made to think.