I bought a Moov on impulse last December. It looks rather like a watch but with a pill-like processor where the watch itself would be. It works with a number of sports, including cycling and running. For running, it is worn around the ankle. Various workout levels are offered in an interval running pattern and the results cover distance, elevation, cadence and so on but notably a measure of the force with which your shoe impacts the ground. It shows me as being heavy-footed and the commentary during the run told me to land on the ball of the foot. I know I am an ancient plodder but I find this not easy, even more so when following the advice given here to run slowly. It was comforting to see that I had run just under 5 miles, though. Any advice on transforming plodding to running?