This is really worth a read – https://www.podiumrunner.com/training/the-five-most-common-running-form-mistakes/
Simplifies the errors that are being made time and time again. Repetitive running injuries are avoidable with good Biomechanics, alignment and movement. Corrective exercises help to support a better structure and so a stronger base to run from. These running errors come about by poor posture and poor ability to hold the body upright and to access the “spring” action of the fascia.
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