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The step is light-footed and free, the entire movement seems more economically and more dynamic, also if the foot attachment not yet which is what we want. However, a difference is striking here, too, is at least slightly flexed at the moment of putting on the knee and already helps to cushion the impact. Such a body erection over a longer (run) time period to comply, requires stabilization force in the holding muscles of the trunk. A force that itself not sufficient can be developed through the running or jogging, but only through a regular and systematic muscle building or strength training. There are several basic exercises for the straight and oblique abdominal muscles, the buttocks and the back muscles. (Similarly see: Caldwell Esselstyn Jr.). The right arm movement, stride length and step frequency while jogging but not only the upright posture is important to successfully walking and jogging. As you know, the speed of a runner is determined by running Cadence and stride length. But what determines the step frequency, and what determines the length of the step when the jog? A shrug is the most common answer to this seemingly simple-seeming Question.

“Cross coordination” is the key word, which says that human movement is determined by the crossed coordination of arm and leg movements. The forward momentum of the right arm is coordinated with the forward momentum of the left leg and vice versa. If the stride rate to increase, then the arm rate must increase. Or is it vice versa even, that controls the step frequency, the frequency of arm? Some trial and error helps as quickly on the cracks and leads to the startling insight: the arms control the legs and the arms determine the step frequency. And what about the stride length? The arm work determined the step length in addition to the step frequency. It is the engine of transportation and thus the mystery of various economic and fast.

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