Any new runner who reads a running magazine, browses an online forum, or hangs out in a specialty running store is likely to walk away from that experience more confused than they started. Wait, how fast should my feet move? Where exactly should they land? What's a gait analysis, and do I need one? We have good news: You can stop worrying. The latest research confirms what your body knew already. If it feels good, keep doing it.
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Separating 5K From Fiction
Myth 1: You Must Take Small, Quick Steps
Myth 2: You Must Strike the Ground With the Front of Your Foot
Myth 3: Buy Shoes That Match Your Pronation Style
Written by Ashley Hamer August 10, 2017
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