10. Run properly, do not bounce or overstride, you also should lengthen your stride by pushing off, not by reaching out. Do not let your foot get ahead of your knee. Always run from the hips down with the upper body straight up and only used for balance. Always relax.
Practice belly breathing
11. Try to practice belly breathing, this is consciously done if you’re running for a race. Take air into your belly and exhale against with a slight resistance either through pursed lips or groan. Use the diaphragm correctly and prevents the stitch.
Run in comfortable mode
12. It takes six to ten minutes before the body temperature release the blood the the working muscles. Then this happens, you’ll experience a light warm sweat, you must run slowly until this occurs, then you can dial yourself to comfortable mode and put yourself into automatic pilot and enjoy the run.