Front runners, what I want you to do hop up and down for me. Nice and tight. Good. Make sure that your ankles are working. You’re not staying up on your toes. So those ankles are actually working. Good. Relax. Now what we’re going to do is you’re going to hop three times in a vertical, then lean as little as possible, as little as possible, one more time, as little as possible to move forward for three hops, then level out for three hops, forward for three hops. What I want is three times of that. Then after you’ve figured it out just run it out to the top, right up here where that sign is. Trying to keep those feet right underneath you. First group, ready, go. In place and lean. In place and lean. So if you start to hear scuffing you know you’re leaning too much. You’re just stepping outside your comfort level. Next group. Ready, go. Good. Not looking down. Nothing on the floor. Ready, go. Every single person, whether they run well or they run like shit is going to essentially get into the same position which is where that foot’s underneath your hip, and you’ve got one foot underneath your general center of mass. So one foot all the way down, your point of contact is underneath your body, the other one is up underneath that hip. This is what that figure four pose is. Every runner gets here. The idea with this next drill is still doing alternating feet, but we’re just going to pull with one foot right up underneath that hip. And I’m just going to lean all the way up the hill. Just pulling with my right foot. Does that make sense? Start in place for me. First group. Go. Trying to pull that foot up right underneath that hip. Every time. So it’ll look … Next group. Ready, go. Looking forward, not down. There you go. Next group. First group, just your left foot on the way down. You don’t need to go fast so don’t lean too much. Just the left foot. Ready, go. Foot underneath that hip. Let me see your knee lift more, because your foot’s out back. Little higher … there we go. Drills purpose is to get you to re-wire and understand exactly where you should be pulling because what’s going to happen is you’re going to get tired. You’re either going to be late here and if you’re late here, you’re going to tend to pull here and then have to pull forward here. Which, inevitably when you see that, see I’m out in front and I naturally want to land out in front. If I’m landing out in front, I’ve now put on the breaks. I’m slowing that body down. You’re no different than a wheel. You have to function under the same laws. So if you step outside that and decide to put something in front of you, you’re going to have to make up for that here. Which is inevitably going to get you caught in this rapacious cycle versus keeping the feet underneath you and pulling correctly.