Running involves many movements of the body all moving in rhythm and correct time to encourage forward momentum. When the body moves efficiently there is less wear and tear on the joints and muscles.
Over miles and miles, the body gets tired, and knowing how and when to get back into balance will keep you heading towards your goal.
My mission is to coach runners the way I'd like to be coached. Since running is not so much about how fast we run, but mostly about how we run, I focus on teaching the importance of running technique and improving running efficiency. Ultimately, this means running faster, stronger, healthier.
I'll see you in the park!Mike