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Messing with your foot strike

SCHOOLGIRL ERRORS

ERrOR #2

If you’ve been injured for a long time, you may have thought about changing your foot strike (how and where your foot strikes the ground when you run), in attempt to protect those areas that are causing you grief. Or, if you’re looking to get faster, you may want to change your technique to improve your efficiency. And, in theory, both are great ideas, since studies have linked running technique with both injury risk and performance.

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About Women’s Running

Start running today with the July issue of Women’s Running magazine, on sale now! In this beginners' special, we've got a step-by-step guide to going for your first few runs, with expert input from coaches and advice from the Women's Running team - trust us, we've been there! Resident GP Dr Juliet McGrattan helps you overcome your barriers to running, and we'll also give you eight great reasons to start today. Already a runner and need to step things up? We've got an eight-move Pilates workout for you, plus for the dedicated athlete, we'll show you 10 next-level exercises to strengthen your core. Plus, don't miss part two of our 2017 Ultimate Race Guide, detailing 100 must-do races from now till December.