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    What Mud on Your Calves Means for Your Form

    Sometimes, problems with your running form are obvious. For example, if after an hour of running your neck and shoulders get increasingly tight, then you have undeniable evidence of something that needs fixing.Sometimes, though, things aren't so obvious, either because you don't notice anything unto...
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      Post-run mud smudges on your calves usually mean more than that you'll be doing a little extra scrubbing in the shower. "Typically, it's because that person has weak glute muscles, which help stabilize your foot in the stance phase," says six-time Ironman world champion Dave Scott, who now coaches a wide range of athletes in Boulder, Colo. "The second thing is they have very poor hip extension."

    • Jenelle Curatolo

      What Mud on Your Calves Means for Your Form | Runner's World & Running Times

    • Genevieve Brehl

      What Mud on Your Calves Means for Your Form | Running Times - Four form flaws you can recognize by yourself.

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