Chapter 11: Training for good technique & avoiding injuires

I recently wrote a post on my blog that encapsulates some of my ideas about training philosophy and its relationship to running technique and avoiding overuse running injuries.  Reading that article will give you a taste of my thinking on the subject, but this chapter of Running Technique takes the analysis down to the next level of detail and explains how to modify the many popular and very good training programs and structures that are available so that you have the best chance of avoiding injury and realizing your running goals.

Over time I’ll link in some videos that expand on this topic that not only draw upon my experience but also that of other runners in the process of making improvements to their running technique.  I’ll also be seeking out the wisdom of a few coaches to add to the discussion.

 

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