Good Running Form: Heelstrike

Another informative video on good running form, with specific discussion about the notorious heelstrike. Many biomechanical experts recommend that you avoid landing on your heel when you run because its forces your hips to absorb the impact, rather than your legs, ankles, and knees. Your hips aren’t designed for that type of stress, but the natural mechanics of your legs are.



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You know the people who tell you that life goes downhill after 40, or after you've had children? They're full of crap. I prove it to myself every single day that life begins after 40 and you don't have to accept being a frumpy out of shape mom as a lifestyle.
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