Here are the 3 most common mistakes we see and how to fix them.
This is a common problem and causes a lot more impact on your body, which results in injuries, i.e. shin splints, hamstring issues, etc.
Solution: Stay on your forefoot. Not on your tiptoes. Instead, if you're doing it correctly you'll see just a sliver of your foot not making contact with the ground. It may feel weird, but trust us, it will making you much more efficient!
When you heel strike, your body gets broken at the hips and stops your momentum from moving forward.
Solution: If you're able to stay up on your forefoot when your foot makes contact with the ground, you will create a straight line of energy from head to toe. This will naturally give you a slight lean forward, making it easier and more efficient.