There has to be one best way of running. It's got to be like a law of physics. [A runner] can't be a heel-striker and expect to run as good as the best forefoot runners. You can be efficient for a while with bad form—maybe with a low shuffle stride—but eventually that's not good for your body.To which I can only add, "Amen."
Monday, November 15, 2010
Words of Wisdom
From the great Alberto Salazar (quoted in the most recent issue of Running Times), once one of the world's great runners but now one of the running world's great coaches: