5 Best Running Form Tips To Stop You From Getting Hurt [2020]

5 Best Running Form Tips To Stop You From Getting Hurt [2020]

Running Form

Have you ever observed people running?

Does everyone look the same?

NO, definitely not.

So how would you say, who is running better? 

Is it just the speed that matters? 

Or, rather the speed is just the result of your stamina?

Is there anything else which is determining your speed?

Exactly that is the Running Form. 

 Your running form is extremely crucial for running right and injury-free. 

Running Form Tips

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5 Tips to improve your running form

When you run your entire body is working to support your movements.

It is just not about landing on your foot correctly but also to use the rest of your body correctly.

Your entire line of motion can be divided into head movement, arms movement, torso, leg movement, and posture.

When we talk about the running form, we say how each part is moving to support your running.

An incorrect form can be a hindrance to your performance. It may cause:

  • Reduced speed
  • Fatigue
  • Pain
  • Injuries

However, fixing your form is not as tough as you think.

Here are some simple changes that can be very effective for your running.

1. Head

When you are running you are doing something awesome.

Feel the joy, take the pride, and lift your head up high!

Keeping your head up boosts confidence naturally, but this is not the only reason why you should keep your head up.

Well scientifically, when you are running, this increases the demand for oxygen.

Your muscles are working hard and need more oxygen.

This is why your heart rate goes up higher and you breathe fast.

If you run with the chin down, the amount of air that you are taking in reduces.

While running, sometimes it becomes very difficult to resist looking down.

So the trick here is always to maintain your focus 2-3 feet in front of you.

2. Arms and shoulder

Shrugging or rounding your shoulders will squeeze your chest and impacts your breathing.

While running you cannot keep your shoulder blades stiff.

Let’s do a small experiment:

Try to make your shoulder stiff for a min…

What do you feel? You are exerting a lot of effort…right?

Also, there is stiffness in your neck and back.

So, do you think you can run like this?

Definitely NO.

The best is to keep your shoulders relaxed.

Now, how to maintain a balance?

Try this simple exercise…

Try to squeeze your shoulder blades to your back, as if the back muscles are elevator doors and you are trying to close them.

Easy!

The same is with your arms.

You cannot make your arms too stiff and run.

Time for another simple experiment:

Case 1:  Have a tight fist, feel the power in your arms, and forearms and try to run.

Case 2:  Relax your arms, keep them at your waist, and just gently touch the forefinger and thumb. You do not have to make a fist. Now try to run.

So which of the two is easier?

The later one…right?

The most ideal scenario is to keep your arms relaxed.

Your arm should be at the waist level…not hanging by the side of your body, nor squeezed too hard near your chest.

Imagine that you are holding a wafer gently with your thumb, index finger, and middle finger.

That is how your fist should be.

Do you know your arms can actually make you faster?

Your arms and feet move very much in a synchronized way.

If you swing your arms faster your feet also move fast.

This is a great way to boost your pace.

Also, when you are swinging your arms, swing from the shoulders and not from the elbow.

3. Core

“Engage your core” is the most common phrase used by most coaches.

Essentially the core plays a critical role be it your day to day activity or a HIIT workout.

You just cannot ignore the core.

WHY??

Your core is the most integral part of your torso.

It includes the major muscles:

  • Abs
  • Obliques
  • Lower back
  • Pelvic floor

A strong core will stabilize your torso.

This will give you a good posture and obviously imparts more strength and stamina.

HOW??

True, you are directly now using your core while running so how to keep it engaged.

Try to pull in your belly button, just like you are trying to button a washed pair of jeans.

It does create tension around your abs and lower back.

This is the tension that you need to maintain while running.

While you engage your core, make sure you are able to breathe normally.

If not, then you can relax a bit.

4. Lower body

Undoubtedly this is where all the action happens.

When you run all the muscles of your legs and major joints -knee and ankle are rigorously working.

The impact of running is also borne by these muscles.

Here is what you can do to prevent injury and also improve your speed:

Knee lifts

While running, do not lift your knee very high. This will waste your effort.

Keep short stride

Keep your strides small.

When your strides are bigger you will be stretching your knee completely and landing on your heels.

This acts as a braking system and will tend to reduce your speed.

When you keep your stride small, your feet lands closed to your body.

This will make your knee will be bent and 90 degrees angle and you will be landing on the mid-foot to forefoot.

The ball of the foot will be below the knees.

This action will make you faster.

Cadence 

The cadence is the number of steps taken in a minute.

The ideal case if however 180 steps per min but that takes time to reach.

The best way to improve your cadence is to sync your arm swing to a fast beat.

This will definitely make your legs move faster.

However, have patience and gradually improve your cadence.

If your cadence increases, there are lesser chances of over-striding

Running Gait

This is another critical factor that impacts your running.

The running gait can be defined as how your foot rolls when you land.

The running gait is categorized into 3 major types.

Overpronation  – In this condition your foot roll inwards more than 15%.

Underpronation or Supination –  Here the foot roll outwards.

Neutral – Here the foot rolls inwards less than 15%.

Overall, overpronation is the most common type, and more than 70% of people are overpronated.

The pronation is fixed when you are a baby and just started to walk.

You cannot completely change your pronation type.

However, wearing the right kind of shoes support your pronation does help.

This will prevent too much rolling of your feet on either side and keep you safe from injuries and pain.

5.Posture

Keeping your core engaged and shoulders stretched does half the work for you.

When you are running, all you need to care about your inclination.

You really cannot run with an erect back.

Try to keep your body inclined forward 8-10 degrees from your hip.

This posture will also make your stride shorter.

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What is Running Gait?

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Common running form mistakes which beginners make

When you are a new runner, you are really not much aware of your running form.

Well, that is not a big deal…you are just starting off…

You tend to make mistakes.

Sometimes it is because you are not aware of it or sometimes you just want to stay in your comfort zone.

But the sooner you correct the better it is to eliminate injury.

Here are some of the most common ones.

Running with your chin dropped 

It is more comfortable to drop your head.

But the problem here is, it restricts the amount of air you breathe in.

The decrease in oxygen makes it difficult for you to sustain running fast and thereby reduces your speed.

Apart from that, when you are running with your head held high, chin up, it makes you more confident and focussed.

And it is even better if you add a smile 🙂

Running with a stiff body

This happens if you literally follow the good posture rule book.

Of course, it is correct to stand straight and tall.

But come on you are not marching.

You cannot run with a stiff posture.

Running becomes difficult when your back is stiff and erect and if your core is really tight.

If you are running with a tightly closed fist, you are making it difficult for yourself.

Keep your shoulders, back and arms loose and flexible but definitely not slouching. 

Taking giant strides

I think this is the most common mistake.

It is a misconception that if you take big steps you will be moving faster.

When you are running by taking giant steps, you will be landing on your heels.

And this actually slows down your running.

So, take smaller steps and try to increase your cadence.

Next time when you are running, try to analyze your running.

See, if you are making the same mistakes.

Take the corrective action and I am sure you will see a huge difference in your running.

It will definitely be easier and cause less strain.

5 Running form drills to improve your running form

When you start your run, you are fresh and active and all set to zap through.

The challenging part is towards the end of the race.

You tend to get tired over a period of time.

With your body even your mind gets tired.

And that is the time where you need to play your masterstroke.

Are you really prepared to handle this pressure?

How to keep your mind focused and keep running?

And that is why these drills are so important.

These drills help you to maintain the coordination of your mind and body.

1. High Knees

As the name says so is the drill, moving with lifting your knees really high.

  1. Keep your shoulders relaxed.
  2. Start with lifting your knees up to your waist level.
  3. Land on your mid-foot to forefoot.
  4. Repeat with the other leg.
  5. You can perform this drill for 30-50 m 2 times.

This drill helps you practice landing on the forefoot, improves your cadence, and strengthens your hamstrings.

2. A Skips

This is high knee skipping.

  1.  Skip with lifting your foot to the waist level.
  2. Land on the mid-foot.
  3. You can perform this drill for 30-50 m 2 times.

These are great to practice landing on the forefoot, improves cadence and coordination.

3. B Skip

In this drill, you are skipping with high knees and then extending the leg forward.

  1. Skip with lifting the knee as high as waist.
  2. Before landing extends the knee in front of you and lands on your forefoot.
  3. Repeat the same with the other leg.
  4. Cover a distance 30-50 m 2 times.

The B skip is a great workout for the hamstring and improves coordination. 

4. Butt Kicks

Well, you are really not kicking the butt, but raising your feet high enough.

  1. Start by taking small steps.
  2. With each stride, lift your knee behind such that your heel touches your butt.
  3. Repeat with the other leg.
  4. Cover a distance of 30-50 m 2 times

This drill really improves the hamstring, quadriceps, and hip flexors strength and flexibility.

It also helps in keeping smaller strides.

5. Straight Leg Bounds

  1. Keep your legs straight.
  2. Jump on one foot while extending the other leg straight in front of you.
  3. Repeat with the other foot.
  4. Cover a distance of 30-50 2 times.

This drill helps in building up the coordination and also works on glutes.

Does running form matter?

Yes, it plays a big role in your performance.

Both your speed and stamina get affected by your running form.

 The right form is also important for injury-free running.

How to run slow with good form?

Would you believe if I say running slow is equally difficult?

Many of you will disagree.

But it is true… running slow while maintaining a proper form is indeed very tough.

Most runners opt for slow running on their rest day or as a break from the intense running.

But they have to make sure their form does not go for a toss!!

It is often the case when you decrease your pace, you go easy on your body and it becomes sluggish.

To strike the balance is difficult.

 Here are some tips which you can try.

Cadence

Reducing your cadence makes your pace come down.

However, do not reduce your cadence too much.

In stead try to make your strides shorter than your regular stride.

Arm swing

Your arm swing impacts your speed a lot.

The faster is your arm swing the faster you move.

So, if you are able to restrict your arm swing you can have a tab on your pace.

You can use a metronome and select the required bpm.

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Hill Running 101: A beginner’s guide to hill running

Hill Running 101: A beginner’s guide to hill running

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A few years back I had the goal of the hill running.

Though I was quite comfortable to run on the plains, I never realized that it would be that challenging.

I had to really gear up…

It was challenging, sweaty, thrilling but super fun.

So, if you are still not able to run on the hills, you will be ready with all the information by the end of this article…

Also, I’ve provided a list of my gears…nothing super fancy…in case you wanted to check them out.

hill running

What is hill running? 

Hill running is running on the hills or incline. In a real sense, it means running incline uphill or downhill. However, for those who are not close to mountains, can run incline on a treadmill and still reap almost the same benefits. The basic concept behind hill running is to run uphill fast and then recover by jogging or walking down.

So let’s dig into hill running and learn about the benefits…

Gears I use:

I have a running shoe for the plains and for offroading.

To be honest, the offroading one is less used as I live on a plain land and the nearest hill is at least 45 min drive.

So, these shoes are used less as well. Nonetheless, these are good shoes and fit my feet properly.

Full gear list:

Hill running benefits

What are the benefits of hill running?

Hill running can be strenuous, but it does have a lot of benefits.

Improves strength and endurance

When you move uphill, you are moving against gravity.

In a way, this is resistance training.

Resistance training improves endurance and strengthens the muscles

Since you use calves, quads, hamstrings, and glutes more while running up, it strengthens these muscles.

It also strengthens the hip flexors and Achilles’ tendons.

Even your upper body gets a better workout when you run incline.

Your arms are in action and you tend to engage your core better when you ascend.

Indeed it is a good amount of workout for your major muscles.

Increase speed

When you run on an incline, you use the same muscles which you use for sprinting.

The strengthening of these muscles makes you better on the flat surface and improves your average speed.

A common hill workout is the Hill Repeats.

Here, you run up the hill approx 100-200 mts by maintaining a constant speed.

You descend down jogging or an easy walk.

You may repeat 2-5 uphill run depending on your fitness.

This workout significantly improves your speed.

More calorie burn

Your heart rate also climbs up when you climb up the strains.

Ever experienced?

Exactly the same happens when you are running uphill.

After a while, you would feel the intensity of the run.

So the more is the intensity, the more is the calorie burn.

Breaks workout boredom

This I say because of my own experience

I loved the fresh air, the view, and the best was flowers and butterflies 🙂

I have enjoyed every bit of it.

It was so much different than working out in a gym.

So, it is a great way to break your monotonous routine.

Reduced running injuries

Running uphill, you strengthen your leg muscles.

Better muscle strength results in a lower risk of running-related injuries. 

Want to start hill running? Here is a step by step guide to help you get started with hill running. Now go ahead and conquer that hill.

Want to start hill running? Here is a step by step guide to help you get started with hill running. Now go ahead and conquer that hill.

Is hill running good for you?

I am sure after reading the benefits you must be all set to run uphill.

AWESOME!!

It is an amazing workout.

However, in some cases, if you are having any health problems, it is better to avoid it.

Hill running puts tremendous pressure on the knees and increases your heart-rate.

If you have any knee problems, cardiac issues, blood -pressure, it is better to see a doctor before you go for it. 

How should I train for hills?

Hill running is a real test of strength and stamina.

Before you start hill running, you need to be a seasoned runner.

Now boosting your stamina is not an overnight job.

All the small steps from eating right to practicing consistently counts.

Here are some points what you include:

  • Push yourself to run little longer
  • Include cross-training in your exercise regime
  • Work on your core
  • Practice  deep breathing
  • Interval training
  • Eat-in the right ratio

You have to sweat to build up your strength.

Your hamstring, quadriceps, calves, hip flexors, glutes are the muscles which are used majorly.

Here are some exercises which help to strengthen the muscles. 

  • Lunges
  • Squats
  • Bridge
  • Heel Lift
  • Butt Kicks
  • Hamstring Curl with ball
  • Knee Extension
  • Clamshell

The above exercises are more focused on strengthening your knees which is very important in hill running.

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Want to run hills but don't know how to get started? Here is a guide on hill running that will get you started in no time. Take this gradual approach if you are starting to run on the hill for the first time.

Want to run hills but don’t know how to get started? Here is a guide on hill running that will get you started in no time. Take this gradual approach if you are starting to run on the hill for the first time.

Exercises to improve hill running

Hill running requires a substantial amount of training.

You will be using your calves, quads, hamstring, and glutes a lot.

Also, incline running puts a lot of pressure on the knees.

So, you must focus on strengthening exercises for the knee and your lower body muscles.

Here are some of the strengthening exercises.

Squats

Benefits

It works on almost all the muscles – glutes, hamstring, quads, and hip flexors and helps in knee strengthening.

Steps

  1. Stand straight with your feet shoulder-distance apart.
  2. Stretch your hands in front of you parallel to the ground. This is the starting position.
  3. Keep your back straight and bend your knee  90 degrees as if you sit on the chair.
  4. Make sure your thighs are parallel to the ground.
  5. Return to the starting position.
  6. Repeat 10-15 times.
  7.  Try the other variations of squats like wall squat or deep squat

Lunges

Benefits

Works on the back, hamstring, quadriceps, and glutes.

Steps

  1. Stand on the floor with the feet hip-distance apart. This is the starting position
  2. Take a big step forward with your right foot.
  3. Bend your right knee 90 degrees keeping your shin vertical.
  4. Bring your body close to ground keeping your right thigh parallel to the ground.
  5. Make sure your right knee does not go beyond the right toe.
  6. Go back to the starting position.
  7. Repeat with the left leg.
  8. Repeat 10 repetitions with each leg.
  9. To make it intense you can hold weights in your hands.

Bridge

Benefits

Works on the hamstring and glutes.

Steps

  1. Lie on the mat on your back.
  2. Keep your hands by your side.
  3.  Fold your knees pointing upwards. This is the starting position.
  4. Raise your hips such that your body is in a straight line from knee to shoulder.
  5. Keep in this position for 30 sec.
  6. Come back to the starting position
  7. Repeat it 3-5 times.
  8. To make it more intense try single leg bridge by raising one foot to 45 degrees

Butt Kicks

Benefits

Works on the hamstring

Steps

  1. Stand on the floor with your feet apart
  2. Stretch the hands in front of you parallel to the ground. This is the starting position
  3. Fold your right knee and try to touch the right hip with your right heel.
  4. Go back to the starting position.
  5. Repeat it with the left leg.
  6. Repeat 10-15 times with each leg.

Hamstring Curl with ball

Benefits

Works on the hamstring and quadriceps.

Steps

  1. Lie on the mat on your back.
  2. Keep your hands by your sides.
  3. Place your calves to heel on a stability ball.
  4. Lift your hips such that your body is in a straight line from heel to shoulders. This is the starting position.
  5. Bend your knees and lift your hips. Pull the heel towards your body pulling the stability ball, until your sole touches the ball.
  6. Push back the ball and go back to the starting position.
  7. Repeat it 10-15 times.

Clamshell

Benefits

Works on the glutes

Steps

  1. Lie on the mat on your sides.
  2. Keep your knees on top of the other and bent such that your heel, hip, and shoulder are in a straight line. This is the starting position.
  3. Slowly raise your top knee. The ankles should keep touching each other and your hip should not rotate. Engage your core for better results.
  4. Come back to the starting position.
  5. Repeat 10 times on each side.

Knee Extension

Benefits

Works on the quadriceps and knee strengthening

Steps

  1. Sit on a chair.
  2. Raise both legs parallel to the ground, toe pointing up.
  3. Make your thighs stiff and hold in this position for 5-10 sec, until you feel the stress.
  4. Go back to the sitting position.
  5. Repeat it 10-15 times.

Heel Lifts

Benefit

Works on the calves.

Steps

  1. Stand on stairs, for the support you can hold on to a wall.
  2. Keep the ball of your feet on the stair and sink you heel below.
  3. Raise your heel as high as you can.
  4. Again sink your heel below and repeat.
  5. Do it for 10-15 counts. 

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Is it better to run uphill or flat

Running uphill or running on a plain surface is completely different.

So it will be a little unfair to compare these.

The uphill running is more intense.

Your fitness level needs to be high to do even 1 day a week of uphill running.

Running on the plain surface is comparatively easier.

The effort you need to run at the same speed is lesser on the flat surface.

And if you are just starting off, it is best to start on the plains. 

So, it is completely up to you what do want to choose.

How often should you run hills?

Hill running is a high-intensity exercise.

So the frequency of running uphill greatly depends on your fitness level and your running abilities.

If you are an average runner then limit yourself to hill running only once a week.

Now, if you have higher running endurance and used to running long distances, you can try running twice a week.

Even in the best case do not go beyond 3 days of hill running in a week.

In all the cases, try not to run on consecutive days.

If you feel any kind of discomfort when you practice hill running, it is better to stop it.

Disadvantages of hill running

Hill running is a great way to workout.

Now the only issue here is that when you run downhill you need to be extra careful.

There are chances to twist or sprain your ankles while running downhill.

Also, the hill running exerts a lot of pressure on the knees.

So, in case if you have week knee or susceptible to knee pain, it is better to avoid it. 

Hill running workouts that will make you a hill running pro. If you are not able to run on the hills, these running tips will help you to get started.

Hill running workouts that will make you a hill running pro. If you are not able to run on the hills, these running tips will help you to get started.

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Recommended Gears: My performance-tested picks

Recommended Gears: My performance-tested picks

It’s a pain to research for a quality running shoe. You will have to check pronation, arch, flexibility, cushion and a lot more. 

I’ve spent hundreds of hours researching and testing the best running shoes on the market. Theses items are performance tested and recommended without any hesitation.

While going through the lists, keep in mind that these items are not necessarily the highest-end shoes. I’ve tried to strike a balance between the price and yet maintaining the highest quality. My goal for this page is to recommend gears which are reasonably priced yet perform at the highest level. 

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Best affordable running shoes 

Running shoes can be very expensive. Also, they have to be replaced often. So, the cost of running can add up quickly and can burn a huge hole in your pocket.

However, it doesn’t have to be like that as there are plenty of good quality affordable running shoes available.

Here are some of them:

For heavy runners, running shoes needs to be very cushioned. They should be able to provide extra protection to your knees.

Also, they should not squish out under your weight.

Here are some of them:

Bunions

For your underpronation (supination), your running shoe should control your outward rolling and should provide you with a good ankle support.

Here are some of them:

Zero drop running shoes can give you a more natural running experience.

Here is a couple of them which may help you out in case you are planning to start:

Anatomically the shape of a men’s feet is different. Also, in general, they weigh heavier than women.

For them, running shoes needs to be well-cushioned and with a lot of wiggles room.

Here are the chosen ones:

 

If you are running on a treadmill, it is necessary to use a proper running shoe made for the treadmill.

However, having running shoes for different purposes can be a real pain.

So, I’ve picked multipurpose running shoes that will work on almost all surfaces including treadmills.

Here are my picks:

Cross-training is very important for any runner. It will strengthen your muscles. One of the best ways to do it is by rowing.

Also, it is a non-load bearing exercise which can help you to develop stamina and performance.

Although, my personal preference is the Concept2 Model D rowing machine. It is state of the art rowing machine and is used by Olympians. Also, this is probably the only product in Amazon which has an approximately 4.9 rating out of 5 rated by 2000+ customers.

So that I’m transparent with you, the above link is an affiliate link and I’ll earn a small commission (at no extra cost to you!) if you make a purchase from the above link. These funds help us to keep this site going and we can bring you the informative articles. Read our disclosure here.

However, it is expensive. So, here are the best ones for every need and every budget: 

When the weather is not good outside and you cannot step outside or you are super busy today and want to squeeze in your run, then treadmills are your best options.

However, not all are made equal.

Here are the best treadmills based on usage:

Other than the running shoes you also need a couple of other things like compression gears and fitness trackers.

Here is a couple of them which will tell you what is needed from these gears:

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Top 10 Best Brooks Launch Alternatives are here. The most similar alternative to Brooks Launch is Brooks Ghost 12. The other alternatives to Brooks Launch are Asics Gel-Nimbus 22. Adidas Ultraboost 20. Altra Torin 4.5 Plush. Saucony Ride ISO 2. Brooks Glycerin 18 Running Shoes. New Balance Fresh Foam Beacon V2 Running Shoes. Nike Air Zoom Pegasus 36 Running Shoes. Hoka One One Clifton 6 Running Shoes. Saucony Triumph 17 Running Shoes.

The 7 Best Gifts For A Running Couple in 2020

The 7 Best Gifts For A Running Couple in 2020

The 7 Best Gifts For A Running Couple in 2020. Snowfox Stainless Steel 13-ounce Tumbler Wine Glasses. LOCK LACES Elastic No Tie Shoe Laces (Pack of 2). STEVOY Reflective Vest Lightweight. YQXCC Cooling Towels 2 Pack. Ristake Flag Dress Novelty Cotton Crew Moisture Wicking Socks. Science in Sport Energy Gel Pack. Rigid Strapping Tape.