If you're prone to injuries, try shortening your stride and landing softer.
In reality, your knee crosses in front of your toes on every running stride.
In this video, Ironman Ironman world champion Pete Jacobs walks us through his favorite pre-run drills.
A study suggests that making tweaks to your bounce rate and cadence does more harm than good.
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