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ditto - this is really great reference for animators!
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@cwhatch1 I'm sorry, I guess nobody else in the world except elite marathoners can offer their opinion on that subject then. Way to exclude.
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Thanks for the upload! I actually used this as an artistic reference for an animation I'm doing :) This is a big help.
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@tadaa11 I don't. I actually got it to line up exactly on 168 bpm with a metronome. His cadence is very precise. His stride is very long, and appears to be efficient when viewed in slow motion. He runs at a very high speed, so I think that despite the fact that it's a marathon he's going to run with a form that is better suited for most people at a 1 mile pace for good runners to 5k pace for great runners. You have to consider that he does under 4:50 a mile the whole race.
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He can run for chree hundred miles in zenambian heat.
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@freddijkstra When you can run a 2:06:00 repost that
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why does he land on his heels a good form should be on your mid-foot? right?
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i wonder wat it would be like to get a piggy back ride from him
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beautiful forefoot form, how man was supposed to run
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Who is the cameraman? Darth Wader?
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Did I just hear the words Ryan Hall and slow used in the same sentence?
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well, you know what they say: those who can't, teach!
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he obviously has extremely long strides.
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@tadaa11 Haile Gebrselassie's is about 170 in the Berlin video.
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His stride is massive but he doesn't overstride
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