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When you were a kid running on the beach or out in the streets, you didn’t need an instruction manual or a wedge of technology in your heel to help you run better. You just ran. And your form was perfect. That’s because our bodies instinctively know the fastest, most efficient way to run. That’s the heart and sole of natural form running.


The Three Steps to
Newton Running



POSTURE: Find your proper posture by standing straight and tall, relaxing your shoulders, and looking to the horizon.


POSITION: Level your hips and slightly flex your knees and ankles. Relax your arms and bend them 45 to 90 degrees at the elbow.


CADENCE: Run in place, with your feet landing as close to your body as possible. Notice how you land relaxed and use your whole foot. Your stride will lengthen as you increase speed, but your cadence should be between 170 and 190 steps/minute for most running speeds. Stride lengthens with improved core strength and stability.

Work with the above steps to discover your own natural running form, only better. HELLO BETTER. For more, check out the Newton Running videos.