You will need
  • The desire to run faster
  • Workout
To run faster, think about how often your feet touch the ground while running. Try to gradually increase the frequency of these attacks. Olympic runners on average touch the ground about 90 times per minute to 80 beats – a respectable figure. Calculate how intense your run and try to gradually increase the number of steps per minute. This will help you to run much faster.
During the run, push off the ground with your thumb. This will direct your body forward and will constantly accelerate without any extra energy – just remember on your big toe!
Try to move your arms while running, not across the body, and as far forward as possible. Habitual movement cross-wise imbalance in your running, striving straight forward – allows you to keep the balance and helps the movement.
Lower the chin. When you run with your head, your neck is too laid back, as well as the entire body. Your legs are moving in the opposite direction. Lower the head, help the body to run faster, sending it on a trajectory of movement of your feet.
To run faster, try to diversify your aerobic exercise and acceleration. Will fit 200-meter run with a constant speed increase. Practice this activity a few times a week. It, too, will benefit.