In order to become a good runner you must do more than just, well, run. Good running requires good form, which means that in addition to doing your daily job you must commit to completing drills designed to improve your running form (to reduce injury).
A session of diagonals is a great way to work on leg turnover and efficient running form. Running Times senior editor Scott Douglas demonstrates this staple of most Kenyans' training.
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