Avoid Rotating Shoulders or Torso
While running it is better you should avoid rotating your torso or shoulders. This will help you to maintain a posture with your hips square so that your push-off force pushes you direct forward. This helps generate extra speed in your rhythm and you pick up the pace gradually.
Ankle Joint Extension
It is necessary that you should have great ankle join extension. This will help you run well. It increases power of push-off forward. Also, it is better to keep you knee slightly bent in push-off leg. It will help you to maximize horizontal force.
Before starting exercise with resistance tubing, secure it under your feet ball. You can either fasten ends of an Active Belt around your waist or can get someone assist you by holding both ends for you. You should stand on the balls of your feet while lowering your heels. You will feel a stretch in you Achilles tendon, but do not push too hard to avoid an injury scare in the Achilles tendon, which can easily be torn. Ideally do the same exercise ten times at one occasion, last the process for about two minutes during each time.
Hip Joint Flexion
Another way is that attach the resistance tubing to a stationary object i.e. post, about a knee high. Then attach other end of tubing to your ankle, and then stand far away so that there is tension with your leg behind your body. Take a long breath while keeping your knee bent forward so that your shin remains parallel to the vertical position.
Hip Joint Extension
Again, attach the resistance tubing to a high fixed object i.e. post. Next step is to stand in front of it and attach the free end of tubing to your ankle and stand with our leg raised. Your thigh should slightly below parallel. You can start with straightening your leg, pulling it down until your foot is on the ground near your other leg. Repeat the exercise about ten times with same poster and process.
Studies have proven this to be an effective exercise. It is stressed that down position of the lunge duplicates the airborne position in sprinting. It helps further stretch hip flexors. Shift your load backward and pull out your forward leg.