“Born to run”–you’ve heard the phrase in songs (Springsteen), seen it on book covers (author Christopher McDougall), and perhaps watched more than one movie with the words in the title. It’s a well-known catch phrase for a reason: Baby, we were born to run! We all have a natural inclination to make certain movements when we’re running. These movements can help or hurt our form–speed us up or slow us down. In the following video, Nathan Helming from The Run Experience shows us how to fine-tune those habits into great running form.