Having one foot toe in when you run isn’t on many people’s radar as a problem, but in my experience it’s connected with more pain and injury than a foot that turns outwards.
In fact, chances are good that you have one of each and you’re totally focused on the outwards-pointing “duck footed” one. But the inward foot is where you can really make a difference on your form, performance, and running health.
In this video I show you the four consequences of having a foot that turns inwards and–most importantly–the link between the inwards foot and the outwards foot. That’s what you need to change to improve both feet and feel better.
This lesson will help you start working on your weight shift to get your legs and feet working more symmetrically:
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Jae Gruenke, GCFP, is a running technique expert and Feldenkrais Practitioner. Known as a “running form guru,” she is the Founder and CEO of The Balanced Runner™ in New York City and The Balanced Runner UK. She has helped runners from beginner to Olympian improve their form to become pain-free, economical, and fast.