Thread: Build Up Period
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Old 01-03-2017, 05:07 PM   #13
TheEd
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yes, slow running can effect runners. sometimes the form of the runner becomes poor when running at a slower pace. working on good form and avoiding too much rotation of the hips as well as foot placement which leads to over-pronation.

rather shorten the runs until becoming stronger. doing less is better to start with. these programs are aimed at progressive training, hence why you only meant to do the build-up after being on a few cycles

hope this helps, however not easy when not seeing how the person runs

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