Running for Training – Strength Magazine – February, 1930

Usually one thinks of the subject of how to run in terms of increased speed. Most instructions on how to run deal with starting, timing of speed and motion, stride, breathing and so forth; all with the one idea of increasing your speed in whatever distance you specialize in, whether it be the hundred, four-forty or mile. We will not concern ourselves in this case, however, so much with the details of how to run.

Stark CenterUniversity of Texas