I'm Morris Brossette and this is how to change from a heel strike to a forefoot strike. Okay I'm going to show you one drill and then talk you through the progression of how to change from a heel strike to a forefoot strike while you run. Okay. The easiest drill is really called a balance drill. So what I would like for you to do is start by standing on one leg and just lift the other foot off the ground. And you'll notice you naturally shift to your heel. But what I want you to start to do, don't go to your toe but simply shift your weight forward slightly onto the forefoot. You'll feel the difference. My heel is still on the ground but I'm not, I don't have the weight all on my heel. It's more on the forefoot. So what I want you to do is try to hold that for about 30 seconds. Then put your foot down. And then switch other leg. You'll notice again that you are on the heel. Switch to the forefoot slightly and then hold that pressure for 30 seconds. And then repeat one more time. Okay so that now to the actual run. We want to integrate a different movement pattern so we have to start this slowly. So what I want you to do and what I have my clients do is start with a two minute light easy jog. Focus on a forefoot strike. After that two minutes I want you to walk and recover and just reset for a minute. And then repeat that again for two minutes. So the first time you do this run you are only going to do it for about 15 to 20 minutes max. Because that slight shift from your heel to the forefoot actually puts quite a bit of strain on your calf muscles. So we don't want to build up too much too fast and cause an injury.