Running Can Be a Drag?....
Drag is defined as something that slows motion, action or advancement. In running, drag is created by both gravity and ground forces. If the goal is to create efficient forward movement, then
we need to address the issues that impede this action. In this article, I will give you two of the
seven steps we take to show you how to use gravity and ground forces to your advantage.
A large percentage of running injuries that we treat in our clinics are a result of biomechanical dysfunction due to faulty running form. With a few simple changes resulting from our seven step analysis, runners can significantly reduce their chances of an injury that may stop them from doing what they love.
Are you a ball or a box?