Differences in pronation of the foot in forefoot running and in heel strike running and find out how pronation in forefoot running may be more controlled.
From the start, adopting the Pose Running Technique (non-heel strike running style) can bring great outcomes in fully resolving and preventing chronic exertional compartment syndrome (throbbing lower leg pain during running) which is a condition that commonly plaques heel strike runners as compared with forefoot runners.
Running barefoot on soft surfaces may cause you to land harder.
Forefoot running reduces compartmental syndrome by encouraging a favorable foot strike position resulting in less ankle dorsiflexion, higher step rate, lower ground reaction force, and adequate weight shift transfer on the foot.
What is the proper way to run? Heel strike or forefoot strike?