Study: Could changing your running stride decrease knee pain?

Have you ever tried altering your running form? It’s kind of like trying to write your name with your non-writing hand: It feels like a wobbly, drunk four-year-old has possessed your body, and it can be a pretty uncomfortable endeavor, at least at first. But a study recently published in the journal Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise suggests that switching up your running form, while a bit difficult in the beginning, could be just the fix for runners experiencing knee and Achilles’ tendon pain.

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Study: Could changing your running stride decrease knee pain?

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