Best Ways to Run faster

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Jump a Rope

When you are building stamina for running faster, jumping a rope can help you increase the leg movement and control breathing. Take in as much oxygen as possible while jumping a rope and synchronize the hand and feet movements.

Boxers skip rope because it helps them develop good foot movement for fighting. You can also benefit from jumping rope to develop the footwork you would need for running faster.

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Written by Royce Benson
9 months ago
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Wear Lighter Shoes

The footwear companies that design shoes for athletes are making the shoes as lightweight as possible because it is easier to run in light-weight shoes. Light-weight shoes make it easier to lift the foot and use less energy when you run faster. They make your movement swift and trouble-free. To run faster, you should also switch to lighter shoes.

Wear Lighter Shoes

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Set Goals

By setting goals to achieve, you can better track your progress, which makes every little achievement more noticeable, and gives you motivation to keep striving to get faster. One way you can get started is to have a stopwatch and time yourself for how long it takes to complete one lap or run for whatever distance you're trying to achieve. Then take that time and work towards beating your record every week. Also, be sure to exercise and stretch those muscles and joints even on days you're not running, which helps maintain good conditioning and increase your potential next time you run. Doing all of this will help you to progressively run faster!Set Goals

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Written by Devin Hill
10 months ago
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Warmup Before You Run

One of the first ways to increase your potential speed is to activate your muscles and joints before you start running. The best way to do this is dynamic stretching. Exercises like lunges, high-kicks, hamstring stretches, and calf stretches, will all make a huge difference in helping prepare the muscles and joints you need to use to increase your explosiveness as a runner!Warmup Before You Run

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Use a Treadmill

If you are planning to run a marathon or want to develop excellent running skills, you might find it difficult to go out for running all the time. To include the running practice in your schedule without thinking of the time, weather, and other factors, you can get a treadmill to practice running at home.

Use a Treadmill

To run faster, start running at your normal speed, when you are ready to run faster, adjust the speed of your treadmill. 

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