An exercise physiologist reveals the mistake many runners make — and it has nothing to do with legs or feet

Business Insider | 9/14/2017 | Nathaniel Lee, Jessica Orwig and Kevin Reilly
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Heather Milton, exercise physiologist at NYU Langone Health, reveals the biggest mistake many runners make. Following is a transcript of the video.

To maximize the amount of energy you are using when you are walking or running on an incline or not, is to maintain good upper-body form and that includes keeping your core engaged throughout the entire exercise as well as maintaining good arm-form.

Position - Arms

So you're moving in a hand-to-pocket position with your arms moving forward and back.

If you are swinging your arms, a lot of people tend to either keep their arms up really tight or let them go out to the side so we want to make sure that your arms are moving in the...
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