A good running technique means a faster, more efficient, and smoother run, with less risk of injury, and that is why it is just as important to be trained as endurance, strength, or speed. Regardless of the competitive level or the type of race, whether short or long distance, the greater the stride’s efficiency and the less energy expenditure, the better the athlete’s performance.
The running technique takes on greater importance in the younger classes (training), the most appropriate time to do this type of work. However, in adults, it is always possible to improve or improve the way we run. Each athlete has unique characteristics and, consequently, needs.