Hi, my name is Shane Freels with LIVESTRONG.com. Today, we're gonna cover several good exercises on how to improve stride frequency. Now what that means you have stride length and you have stride frequency. So you're looking at a way to increase the amount of what we call turnover, how many steps your feet are hitting the ground. So first step you want to get to where you have a pretty good amount of resistance so that you're on your toes and you're leaning forward, okay. This is the normal running stance that you're gonna be in when you're looking at increasing stride frequency so as I start I just start with a nice easy hands, knees, on toes and now I start to speed up and I get faster and I pull away to the point where I really get my glutes, my hams, my quads, everything working as fast as it can running through this movement. Now then, you're doing this at a period of about 30 to 60 seconds. While you're doing this exercise you got to think intensity, you got to think form, and you got to think strength, okay. You don't want to have just a little bit of resistance on you want to add as much resistance as you can and run against that pull because it's forcing you into this kind of movement. Once you've done that I like to do anywhere between 6 to 10 sets at a 30 to 60 second pace. Run quick as you can and really work on turnover, how many times you can get your feet to hit the ground. Use those arms, use those legs, keep that frequency up as much as possible. When your done, find a place outside, if you're in the gym find a place outside where you then go and then put it to test because what you're doing is you're neuro-muscularly training the body to get more steps in as quick as possible. I'm Shane Freels, and we just showed you several good exercises on how to improve stride frequency. I hope you like them and we'll see you soon.