3 Ways to Run Faster and Make Running Easier

The main way that most runners try to get faster is that they increase the number of miles that they run. Although this is useful it isn’t the most effective way to run faster.


WEBWIRE – Monday, January 14, 2013

Vancouver, BC – The main way that most runners try to get faster is that they increase the number of miles that they run. Although this is useful it isn’t the most effective way to run faster.  The proper way for a runner to get faster is to focus on the quality of the miles that they run instead. Tyler Stolting’s book “Run Faster With Less Effort” explains exactly how to do this.

The first step for a runner to run faster and make running easier is for them to work on their running form. In the book the author elaborates on how to do this by explaining concepts like how to get and keep good posture, how the runner can use gravity to their advantage and how they can use their entire body instead of just their legs. All of the ideas that he explains can not only help the runner get faster but also can reduce the amount of effort that is required to run.

Working on injury prevention is very important for runners who want to run faster because it truly is hard for a runner to get faster when they have an injury that is slowing them down. The author provides some dynamic warm ups and static stretches for runners that are great at preventing injuries plus lots of other great tips in his book.

Finally, in order for a runner to get faster they need to focus on tactics that are specifically designed to help them get faster without increasing the amount of effort required. Some of the strategies that the author explains are ways to breathe properly to make sure that their muscles are getting enough oxygen to run faster, strength training that doesn’t require a gym and speed training exercises that actually work.

There are many ways that a runner can run faster without increasing the amount of effort required and Tyler Stolting’s book “Run Faster With Less Effort” explains to the reader exactly how they can make it happen.

Tyler Stolting has been running for many years now. When he started working on improving the way that he ran he reduced his 10Km time from 47:25 to 40:02. After he discovered what helped him run faster, he simplified the strategies and wrote the book “Run Faster With Less Effort”. His book is a step by step guide that can help any runner improve the way that they run.

For more information see his last press release - Run Faster With Less Effort: A Revolutionary Concept



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