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This video was very technical in describing how to strike your foot on the ground and how to hold your body. I was getting painful shin splints and I thought I just needed to work up to stronger muscles. When I tried running on the balls of my feet (instead of the heel), the pain stopped immediately. Turns out I was just doing it wrong. I never thought I was a good runner or really made for it (I'm short and not naturally lean) so I was just trying to do it because I know it's a great calorie burner. But now that it's not painful in my shins, running is way easier. It tells you how to run properly with your toes striking the ground (instead of your heel). Also, there are drills that are very basic but really effective in redefining your stride. I watched it several times because there is a lot to learn and different aspects of your stride to work on. Overall, it does exactly what it is supposed to - I'm glad I bought it and so are my lower legs : )
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I have seen and tried them all...Pose, Chi, etc. This is by far the best dvd on running form and efficiency. It explains exactly how to incorporate proper technique into running style. Even better, it shows examples of poor running form so you can see wrong and right next to each other. I definitely had sore muscles after I started, but after a few weeks I was running faster than ever before. If you are serious about running this dvd is a must.
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There have been some very cool running films in recent years. Nova's Marathon Challenge is a documentary with tons of good info and polished prime time quality camera work. This is not like that. This is a coach giving you the straight talk on a simple approach to running with good form. The clips of athletes demonstrating are quite amateurish and the suggested drills seem almost silly. However, there are animations that are very clear and over-all the package gets the point across. I tried employing the ideas on the treadmill, was faster and had a whole new set of pain in muscles I had not been using effectively - I think this was worth the investment.

After watching this I wanted to sit for an hour and just watch top runners for their form. I suppose that's what YouTube is for. I recommend this if you are looking to understand running efficiency.
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Last year I "barely" completed my first marathon. I have really high arches, and am a supinator (my foot roles outward), which places a great deal of pressure on my 5th metatarsal (the area of the ball of the foot right behind the little toe). After a lengthy process of hunting down orthotics for my high arches, I ended up with a combination of Flexifly semi-rigid arch supports for high arches (pes cavus)([...]) combined with RRS neutral plus insoles (now renamed "bounce" insoles) ([...])on top of the Flexifly in my shoe. On the front of this insole my wife sewed metatarsal pads in the center, to raise up the area behind my little toe (we buy the Dr. Scholl's version at Walmart, but also see [...] for a sample of this).

Did all of that work? Yes and no. The ins and outs of this are, doing this too often causes the arch to weaken, so its best to vary this setup by taking out the Flexifly semirigid supports as much as possible to give the arch some exercise, and to do arch strengthening movements. I go back and forth, using the Flexiflys only when my 5th metatarsal becomes sore. I tried going to two different podiatrists, one of whom is even supposed to be a "sports" podiatrist, only to discover that sometimes doctors aren't very helpful (big copay and $200 inserts that don't work). The next suggestion was surgery, but given the poor quality of the inserts I was prescribed, I think I'll pass.

Long story short, I have mostly resolved my foot issues by going back and forth as described. Over 4 half marathons this past fall and winter, I started having ITB pain in my left knee. At first, the Flexifly arch supports seemed to make it worse, and someone also suggested I was wearing my running shoes (Nike Zoom Vomeros) too long between pairs. That didn't help.
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