Keep a straight back and a modest forward tilt from the ankles to maintain proper posture. Avoid slouching and leaning forward or backward.
Boost your cadence by encouraging a quicker foot turnover. Try 180 steps per minute. Shorter strides lessen joint stress and enhance efficiency.
Avoid landing on your heels or toes. This improves energy transmission and reduces overstriding.
Landing too far in front of your body might increase injury risk. Instead, take shorter strides to land closer to your center of mass.
Core strength improves stability and running alignment. Include planks, bridges, and Russian twists.
For a longer, more powerful stride, it is recommended that you work on increasing your hip flexibility. Leg swings and hip circles relax hip joints.
Squats, lunges, and calf raises can enhance your running stride and performance.
To improve running form, practice drills. High knees, butt kicks, and strides enhance stride length and efficiency.