I’m often asked about the concept of over striding. Simply put, this can be broadly described as being when a runner strikes the ground too far ahead of their body, effectively applying the brakes with each stride.
While common advice is to try to ‘land under your hips’, how realistic is this cue for distance runners?
Check out the video above to see how distance runners and sprinters differ in terms of stride pattern…
Last updated on January 9th, 2019.