Running form affects your speed, endurance and health. Bad form can slow you down and even lead to running injuries. Check out this section to find great articles on proper running form.
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You're running or biking, but you're quickly running out of steam. Then suddenly — BAM — you get a rush of energy. What's going on?
By Maria Trimarchi
Long-distance running is inherently challenging and requires strength and endurance. Try running a 26.2-mile race backward, and you've added even more challenges to the feat!
By Laurie L. Dove
Barefoot running continues to be debated among runners, but what if you want just a little protection for your tootsies? Scope out your options and find out about barefoot running shoes.
By Nathan Chandler & Craig Haggit
Proper running form not only helps you comfortably boost your speed and endurance -- it also helps you prevent injuries. What does bad form look like, and how you can avoid it?
By Lance Looper
If you find yourself tiring or cramping quickly when running, it could be the result of poor posture. What is running posture, and how do you know whether yours is correct?
By Craig Haggit
Your running stride -- the way you move your legs and land on your feet -- determines your speed, endurance and risk of injury. What does proper running stride look like, and how can you master it?
By Colleen Cancio
Breathing is natural and instinctive, but breathing correctly when running can be a little tricky. How do you find a rhythm and give your body the most oxygen possible?
By Jill Becker
It truly pays to be on your toes in the sport of running. But what are the benefits of toe-running and how do you do it?
By Jeff Harder