Hitting your stride

Should you be running faster or slower? In a study that examined stride and pace, experts found that sticking to a natural cadence is most favorable for runners. Dr. Keri Peterson, an internist at Lenox Hill Hospital, discusses how the body reaps benefits, like an increase in oxygen, from a comfortable stride as opposed to a modified or forced paced.

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