For faster times with fewer miles, try incorporating plyometrics into your training.
What is plyometric training and how can it benefit you?
These quick, powerful movements will help keep your running form in check—at all distances.
Quick feet, high knees, in-in-out-out and lateral box fill can help you become a better trail runner.
Learn the basics of of plyometrics and how you can fit them into your training schedule.