Challenge Roth Champion
In my running I try to remain conscious of my run form in every session rather than plug in my iPod and switch my brain off. I don’t spend the entire run thinking, “form, form, form,” but I have prompts that I use to remind myself throughout my run to keep good form, even when I’m tired. Things like: keep hips forward, engage my glutes and think about my foot strike. It’s not a huge change, and it doesn’t take a huge effort, but it is helping. I’ve learned that spending a few minutes on a foam roller every day helps me keep on top of tight spots in between weekly massages, and that means more consistent training. Also, using a power meter showed me was I was riding too easy on the flats!