Experts seek a better, safer way to run

Academic, health and fitness industry experts who want to reduce injuries from running are looking at form, athletic shoes and going barefoot to find the best way to run. Marathoner and coach Alberto Salazar says the best, although not the fastest, way to run is placing one foot on the ground and picking it up before the other one hits the pavement, but most runners do not use it.

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