|Uphill running is a great way to improve your running form. Think of it as nature’s weight room for runners.|
Hill running, just like heavy weight training, increases muscle recruitment by improving the efficiency between the neural impulses in your brain and your muscles.
As a result, hill training helps reduce ground contact time, allowing us to spend more time moving forward and less time with our feet planted on the ground.
|Try throwing in a hill repeat workout every 1-2 weeks or including shorter, 10-20 second uphill strides at the end of an easy run 1-2 times a week to being to reap the benefits.|