- A forward lean from the ankles, unless I want to fall over backward when accelerating;
- A bent-leg foot strike, reducing jarring on the joints;
- A long follow-through on the back end, with the entire stride length being behind me instead of split evenly in front and behind;
- A faster turn-over as (a) I don't waste time reaching out in front and (b) I am forced to get my feet down so as not to fall over.
The sensation I am occasionally achieving is one of running more or less erect, speeding up as I lean forward, and slowing down as I lean further back. The image in my head most recently is a speedometer needle that remains straight but leans as you press on the gas.
|Jogging pace. When I really get moving I hit 65.|
|I'd say he is going about 85.|