I'm Morris Brossette, and this is how you should land on your foot when running. One of the things we see most common in runners when they run incorrectly is they reach too far forward and they land with a heel strike. The problem with this is two-fold. One, when you land with your foot in front of your body you're actually putting on the brakes a bit. The second thing is that it's actually causing a jar up the kinetic chain causing a lot of damage long term to the hip, knee, and even your spine. So the best thing you can do is land with a mid-foot strike. Okay guys again one of the we see most common that's incorrect is people reach out too far forward and they land on their heel causing to put on the brakes and to jar up the kinetic chain. Rather what we want to do is land on the mid-foot with the foot landing right underneath your hip that looks a little bit more like this,okay. So again it's not this long reaching stride that we see most people do when they start running it's more of a controlled mid-foot strike with the foot landing right underneath the hip which again looks a little bit more like this. It's a lot simpler, it's easier, it's more efficient, and it saves your body long term damage.