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When do you do your form drills?

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Jul 2015
4:52pm, 7 Jul 2015
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Darting
Hi,

I would like to say that I regularly do form drills but that would not be true! I fit them I when I can remember to or at the end of an easy session. What do you do for form drills, when and how often?

I am going to try to adapt my training to fit in a series of hopping and skipping drills so any advice would be great,

Cheers

Darting
Jul 2015
5:18pm, 7 Jul 2015
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ChrisHB
For the past few years it's been: starting tomorrow, every day.
Jul 2015
5:28pm, 7 Jul 2015
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Autumnleaves
We do them as part of the warm up on club training nights - with varying degrees of effort and attention. On a personal level I pay most attention to form when running up a hill - but I don't tend to do drills solo.
Jul 2015
5:33pm, 7 Jul 2015
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Derby Tup
From the front step of the Swan to the bar; I run like the wind bolt
Jul 2015
5:50pm, 7 Jul 2015
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Darting
Is there any real value in them? I have usually just warmed up ran the session then cooled down but have just read the runners world magazine!
Jul 2015
10:33pm, 7 Jul 2015
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Autumnleaves
Well I really notice that the fastest & strongest runners at our club sessions have very impressive knee lift and their heels flick up a lot as well - so I reckon the theory is sound :)
Jul 2015
10:47pm, 7 Jul 2015
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Diogenes
My what?

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