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When Runners Unknowingly Change Form

from Times of India

A new study has suggested that runners who continue running even when they are exhausted unknowingly change their running form and it may increase likeliness of getting injured.

A study by Tracy Dierks, of the Indiana University, found that toward the end of a normal running session, runners generally displayed an increase in motion in their hips, knees and ankles. more


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