What's the Difference Between Fartlek, Tempo, and Interval Runs? // I never understood these different forms of speed training! This article puts definitions into easy-to-understand language for beginner runners (or those who don't speak running lingo).
Land on the mid foot! The best part of your foot to land on is mid foot. That way more of the shock of hitting the ground is absorbed before it can travel up your leg and cause shin splints, knee injuries, and even hip and back pain.