If your’re going to send form check videos, it’s important to get good angles and views.
Using a basic video camera or smartphone, you can analyze your own form and apply specific drills and exercises to correct any deficiencies. Numerous photos incorporate lines and arrows to help you clearly identify the appropriate angles and movements of sound technique.
No expensive software or bio-mechanics degree is required, but there a few good apps, to learn how to run faster and with more efficiency and to significantly reduce your risk of injury. Coaches Eye is a great software to analyze your running form. It’s not hard to use for yourself. If you want help, coach Bob has experience with it and can send you back the videos with notes.
It can be helpful to record yourself while running on a treadmill. Record yourself at various speeds and try to keep the same form, your foot should hit the ground at about the same spot on the treadmill regardless of how fast you’re running.