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Unfortunately I made them all, thanks to the books I read.
The Evolution DVD is a very simple but complete explaination of natural (forefoot/midfoot) style running and has the descriptions right in the video demonstrations.
You cannot have any heel strike with barefoot running or you will quickly have a big headache.
Great Video about running. The host explains everything well about running, moving your feet, etc..Published 1 month ago by LovelyLady
Was told my doctors that if I wanted to be able to walk in my 30s, I needed to stop running. Got this DVD, learned how to run properly. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Matt
Pretty basic but it was worth the money in order to find out the theorys and excercises invovled with the method.Published 11 months ago by 5PACEMAR1NE
I don't even know where my copy is. After digesting it and putting it into practice, I lent it out, much as one would put a religious tract that profoundly altered their life into... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Kate
This video definitely help me put together some valuable aspects of my running. Nothing really new, but it definitely made sense of everything I already had seen and heard. Read morePublished 16 months ago by KeKe
My military physical fitness run times have progressively decreased over the past 7 years due to this training. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Jammin
This DVD contained all the information that I needed to know about running with proper form (running on the balls of my feet). Read morePublished on May 31, 2012 by Charles Norman
If you've read Born to Run Chapter 27 (highly recommended), you know there are four main schools of running instruction.
Chi Running by Danny Dreyer (S.F. Read more
Watched the video and found it very informative. Drills were well explained. However; there was no suggestions as to how often to do them, how many reps to perform, or any other... Read morePublished on February 25, 2012 by Alan Allred