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One of the most significant changes in running technique in recent years is the shift from heel striking to mid-foot striking. There are many reasons for this shift including increased performance and reduced injuries. While most people will tend to run the way they walk, heel to toe, runners should shift to a mid-foot strike if they want to reduce injuries and increase efficiency. There are many problems inherent with heel striking. With heel strike technique the foot reaches out in front of t...
Posted on 2018-03-13