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11/04/2013 at 5:54 pm #70571James BeattyParticipant
I was wondering if someone could check out my running form. I have some knee pain I’m trying to kick before I leave for basic training, and want to make sure my form isn’t compounding any issues! I wear Brooks Pureflows (~4mm) and aim for a midfoot strike.
11/04/2013 at 10:22 pm #73119Anonymous
At the beginning you look to be a little broken at the hip.
One aspect you want to start looking at is cadence.
You need a minimum cadence of 90 for ground reaction force.
It doesn’t look like your heel is kissing the ground. This is an important aspect so your calf is not contracted the whole time you are running. At shorter distances your body can probably buffer it so you may not be aware of the situation.
Here a video of Nate Helming, SFCF& Helming Athletics
If you need drills or anything let me know.
11/05/2013 at 11:15 am #73124James BeattyParticipant
Thanks Kaitlin. I’ll try and up my cadence and striking. I’ve seen a few drills on crossfitendurance with Brian Mackenzie, but if you know a group of drills posted somewhere else I wouldn’t mind the extra help!
Also, here is a front view; any abnormalities between left and right leg?
11/05/2013 at 10:49 pm #73128Anonymous
Brian’s drills are a good start.
Here is a video that explains cadence and its application
Another aspect to concentrate on is pulling your heel to your butt.
Think of your heel being on a track and pulling your heel to your butt.
the metronome your can order one online or there are several apps if
you are comfortable running with your phone. Hearing the tempo will help
pull it all together.
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