I'm Morris Brossette, and this is how to run with less shock to the knees. Now the best way to run to minimize the shock and pounding on your knees is to land with a mid foot strike. I'm going to demonstrate for you how to do this and show you some drills that will teach you the best way to start running this way. So basically what you are going to do is start running in place just nice and slow. And you want to learn on the mid foot. This is the drill ok. From here we are going to lean forward. The important thing with this is to lean forward from the ankle not the waist. People make a mistake of leaning forward here. I want to lean forward from my waist until it's almost like a controlled fall ok. Do that landing on the mid foot. The run in order, a lot of people make the mistake they reach forward and they land on their heel and it causes a jarring force up the chain. So what we are going to do instead is make sure the foot lands underneath your hip minimizing that damage. Minimizing that breaking effect of that heel hitting in front of you. So we are going to be here and the only thing you need to do to run faster is just lift your knee up a little bit higher. Okay. So you can do that as a drill. You can do that during a run as a recovery modality until that motor pattern becomes ingrained and it becomes natural.