Over the past couple of weeks, we’ve been discussing how crucial it is to manage your mind when it comes to running and training for a big race. This week, I want to teach you a skill that’s just as important: proper running form.
Injuries are something we all want to avoid as runners, and the key to this is really honing the art of your running form. As plus-size women, extra weight means extra impact that could be extremely damaging if you’re doing it wrong.
Tune in to this week’s episode of The Not Your Average Runner Podcast, where I teach you everything you need to know about your running form, from head to toe. Follow my step-by-step instructions and completely transform your form, so you’re ready to tackle your next big race!
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What You’ll Learn From this Episode:
- The ins and outs of doing a form check when running.
- Why you might need to take shorter strides when running.
- Two ways to assess your current running form.
- Why you need an objective viewpoint of your form to improve.
- Some considerations to implement into your routine if you’re feeling sore after your runs.
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