I'm really interested in the Alexander Technique, so naturally, now that I'm "running" , I've started reading into how Alexander Technique can improve by my body use when running. I've been reading Malcolm Ball's "The Art of Running" and looking at his clips on Youtube.
Unlike Laura (and therefore the NHS), who advises us to hit the ground heel first, Malcolm Balk strongly advised against this, stating that it has a braking effect.
He recommends hitting the ground midfoot. Don't you just love it when experts contradict one another?!
Just wondering what your take is on this?! 😕😬😱😵😲