The efficiency of your running technique is directly proportional to the quality of your posture. We have reviewed the web and talked to some experts to bring you some top tips.
What is good posture? According to many health care disciplines, good posture involves having a reasonably straight spine with not too much straightness and not too much bend. The more you slump, the more your body's muscles need to work to hold you upright. Poor posture not only restricts the circulation of blood to your muscles and organs but also inhibits the oxygen supply to your brain.