|05-15-2009, 05:24 PM||#11|
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And as for running, when I did some sprinting I knew when I was getting in the groove when I was running at the speed where I was barely touching the floor, as the enertia was pushing me so hard, thats how I was taught to run by my old soviet trainer. Most people, however, when they see my run, tell me I run weirdly because I pull my knees too high and keep my arms around shoulders. And surely barely anyone ever realizes that you run pretty much on your "toes" and the area of the foot close to it.
|05-15-2009, 06:03 PM||#12|
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I ****ed up my knee running in chucks and vans.. it's really all I wear.
I tried running in my old boxing shoes and there was less strain on my knees..
I bought some running shoes after and I haven't had much problems with my knees.
Never tried running barefoot.. I do my runs around the gym on concrete or at the running track at the fitness gym.
People drop trash on grass a lot of times too and you run the risk of stepping on glass.
|05-15-2009, 06:14 PM||#13|
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Most training accessories are detrimental to the athletes. That includes straps, weight belts, etc...
I would say; bad form of running is a bigger problem. Very few people actually know the best way to run to prevent injury.
|05-15-2009, 06:38 PM||#14|
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