This dinosaur is running with an arched back and knees.
How To Have The Best Dino Run Adventure: a blog around how to run with arched back and knees
This article is meant to educate you on the best ways to run. Running with a good posture is important for both your running form and for your overall health.
First, let’s discuss what not to do when running:
- Don’t arch your back! This will strain your lower back and cause pain, as well as unnecessary stress on the spine. If you have ever felt tightness or soreness in between the shoulder blades after running, this could be why!
- Don’t run with your head down! Keeping your head up can help prevent neck strain from looking down at the ground during exercise (or when playing basketball). Remember that it’s important not only to keep an eye on where we’re going but also what’s coming towards us too—like cars or other runners who might try and cut us off mid-stride!
run with arched back and knees
The next tip is to run with an arched back and knees.
Running with your legs bent and your back straight will help you run faster and further than you ever have before!
Takeaway: run with arched back and knees