While there are always anomalies in running form, there are some uniform techniques that can help all runners reduce risk for injury and run faster, easier!
The attached presentation draws from Good Form Running, a product of years of teaching clinics, studying running philosophies, and personal meetings with some of the greatest running minds. The GFR technique focuses on three simple, essential steps focused on running light and running easy.
About the Presenter: Brad Arledge
Brad is a Beavercreek native with 13 years of running experience. After running XC and track for Beavercreek HS, he went on and graduated from Wittenberg University with a Bachelor's degree in Exercise Science. Since, he has earned two additional certifications in biomechanics and gait analysis with a focus on running form and efficiency.
Brad joined Runners Plus about 8 months ago, but has over 3 years of experience in run-specialty. When he isn't analyzing gaits or trying on ALL the shoes, Brad enjoys trail running and has completed distances up to 50 miles!