"When you run, you never have both feet on the ground at the same time," said Ian Hankins, head men's cross-country and track and field coach at the Catholic University of America. "Everything needs to line up at the center of your body so you don/t fall over. When your core and posterior chain are aligned and you're not tipping forward or leaving back, as a runner, you are more efficient and use less energy."



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